If you ever find yourself overwhelmed by the noises of the city and seek a safe space to hide, there’s one cafe tucked away from nosey gazes. It’s cozy and seems like a remnant of a different age. In Massolit Books & Cafe – the vintage vibes meet the newest literature discoveries which you can enjoy both while sipping your coffee.
If you’re looking for a place to take a rest from the daily rush, Massolit Books & Cafe is the right choice. It’s located on Felicjanek street – one of the side alleys in the city center. Although the spot isn’t a new one, it’s still not widely known. That’s why it’s so perfect for bringing your thoughts together, finishing your work (which I often do), or just having a little chat with a friend.
The cafe is situated in the townhouse, characteristic for Krakow’s architecture. They serve specialty coffee bought from the befriended local roastery. For those who prefer a splash of milk – here it’s always creamy and flawlessly steamed.
The menu is quite simple yet polished. It’s dominated by American-style sweets – varying from pumpkin pies and carrot cakes to cheesecakes. Vegan croissants and savory quiches add a French twist to the list.
The pricing isn’t high for the top-notch quality we get. If you’ll ever be in the neighborhood, don’t forget to drop by. Even if you don’t have time, come in to grab a book with a cup of hot coffee to warm up your day.