Caffe Pascucci, your Italian coffee house at Glorietta

Besides restaurants, I have taken an interest in discovering coffee shops. I love drinking coffee and I want to take that love a few steps further or to a new adventure by discovering cafes and tasting the variety of coffee out there. 😀 (As I type this, kids and young girls are going gaga over The Vamps. I’ll say it again – I only know of one Vamps.)

Caffe Pascucci is open until 11pm late on weekends which is good. If not, the boyfran and I wouldn’t make it. 😛 We made it an hour before their closing time after shopping for shoes. There were very few people then which made it difficult for us to choose where to sit. LOL! They have cozy chairs on the second floor and, being social smokers, settling outside was fine too. We chose to stay indoors because of the AC and, of course, the cozy chairs.

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The pink coffee cup is cute. 🙂

I need to re-visit the cafe to try an ‘original’ coffee mix drink if any. Also their sandwiches, cakes, muffins, cookies, and breads they offer. The price range of their food and drinks are from PhP110 to PhP160. The cafe has a separate room for a small group meeting, I guess? I wasn’t sure if Caffe Pascucci was only local or an import. I only bothered to find out after my first visit and when I followed their Instagram account. Anyway, find out too. Visit them. Although the cafe doesn’t seem favorable for working or studying, they’re good to chill out with family, friends, or special other. 🙂

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I only had a filter coffee plus an extra shot. I always cap my nights with a cup of coffee.

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