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Esquire Coffee is a Canadian brand with over 200 stores worldwide. In Porto, since 2017, the brand has been betting on a quality organic coffee, where fairtrade is based, that is, based on fair price / quality trade. The specialties are, of course, coffee drinks, hot or cold: espressos, lattes, frappees, but also hot chocolates (with or without marshmallows), smoothies and teas. They can be served in small or medium glasses. It also serves brunch, with two options, a simple one, including eggs, cheese, yogurt, toast in cake, scones, orange juice or hot drink, and another complete, which has all the simple option offers including two pancakes.

Tea, organic coffee, gourmet coffee, breakfast, brunch, light meals

Monday to Friday: 8:30 - 19:00 and Saturday to Sunday: 8:30 - 19:30



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Address:
Rua 31 de Janeiro, 215

Postal Code:
4000-543

City Zone:
Baixa

Landline Phone:
22 208 0216

Mobile Phone:
918855280

Email:
esquires.portugal@gmail.com

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