I rarely have reason to extend my journeys any further, which was probably why I was more than eager to meet up with a friend after our initial plans fell through.
The casual Italian restaurant featured a glass window storefront and beautiful decor. Natural light was abundant, as was the variety of seating arrangements located throughout the two dining areas. A square bar area was situated between the sections, with rustic chandeliers and some sort of beam component fixed above.
Only one specific combination of ingredients piqued our interest; we both opted for the Barbabietola salad.
Each individual stall was painted stone grey, decorated with small potted plants, and the optical illusion of a tissue dispenser that actually held paper towels instead.
Crafted from ground sesame seeds - I asked for a mix of black and white sesame seeds - the steamy beverage was as smooth as it was creamy. And beyond the layer of the soothing frothed milk was the most fragrant blend of sesame my olfactory senses had ever experienced. It was as if the strongest part of every single fragrance pod had been unleashed into one single drink.
(Side note: Tandem Coffee is cash only!)
Continue reading Part 2 of the day's adventure HERE !