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Liberty Village Market and Cafe

Posted by Staff / Posted on July 18, 2008

Liberty Village Market and CafeLiberty Village Market and Cafe is a hybrid grocery store meets cafe that has been popular with Liberty Village lunchers for years. Good for takeout or eat in at one of the many tables, this spot pairs made-to-order sanwiches, wraps and salads with ready-made specialties including vegan soup, salad rolls, rice pudding and sweet potato salad.

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bella / July 22, 2008 at 03:15 pm
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love their salad rolls! cheap serve yourself organic teas beats starbucks hands down.
JC / July 25, 2008 at 08:21 pm
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$1.75 for a ziplock bag with 7 licorice alsorts! YIKES!
Amanda / February 7, 2012 at 10:30 pm
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Best butternut squash soup I have ever had. Low fat and dary free.
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Great hammer of Thor, that is powerfully helpful!
brad Mccrorie / November 4, 2014 at 07:15 pm
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The Best soup of all time in Toronto was Gert's deli in the grand old St. Lawrence market
Mushtaq / March 20, 2015 at 11:33 pm
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Monkeyman:Have it however you like it. If you have a mnacihe at home, then you can try many variations.Just go for it and have fun.Here are some Variations from Wikipedia: * Affogato (drowned): Served over ice cream. Traditionally vanilla ice cream, but some coffehouses or customers prefer chocolate ice cream (this variation is sometimes called an affogato mocha'). * Americano (American): espresso and hot water, classically using equal parts each, but many individuals prefer a greater volume of water. Rarely, if ever, ordered by Italians. * Black eye: a cup of American coffee with two shots of espresso in it. Also known as a slingblade, an autobahn, or a hammerhead. * Cafe8 Bonbon (Spanish): a shot of espresso served in a small glass filled with condensed milk. The shot and the milk remain separate unless stirred, as in a black and tan. * Breve: espresso in steamed milk and half and half. * Caffe8 macchiato (marked): in traditional usage, a small amount of foam is spooned onto the espresso; at Starbucks and those coffeehouses which follow their lead, the order is reversed for some macchiatos, such as the caramel macchiato, with espresso added to a large volume of foam on top of steamed milk. * Cafe9 noisette: espresso cut with warm milk, similar to a cortado. The combination of dark French roasted coffee and milk gives a nutty taste, hence the name. * Cafe9 Tobio: two shots of espresso with an equal amount of American Coffee. * Cappuccino: traditionally, one-third espresso, one-third steamed milk, and one-third microfoam. * Corretto (corrected): some sort of liquor added. * Cortado: espresso cut (from the Spanish and Portuguese cortar) with a small amount of warm milk to reduce the acidity. * Cubano (Cuban): sugar is added to the espresso grounds during brewing for a sweet taste. Sugar can also be whipped into a small amount of espresso after brewing and then mixed with the rest of the shot. * Doppio (double or doubleshot): two shots of espresso in one cup. * Espresso con Panna (with cream): with whipped cream on top. * Flat White: a coffee drink very popular in both Australia and New Zealand, made of one-third espresso and two-thirds steamed milk. * John Wayne: two portions of any flavor syrup, though commonly caramel or vanilla, two portions of half half, and two shots of espresso. The ingredients are added slowly in this order, so that the end result is layered with three distinct flavors and temperatures, and is customarily drank all at once. The drink is slowly becoming popular in the state of Texas, and is also referred to as an Undertow'. * Latte: this term is an abbreviation of caffe8 latte , coffee with milk, an espresso based drink with a volume of steamed milk, from 6-12 oz. (180-360 ml) total volume, served with either a thin layer of foam or none at all, depending on the shop or customer's preference. * Long Black: espresso and hot water in equal parts. * Lungo (long): more water (about double) is let through the ground coffee, yielding a weaker taste (40 ml). * Mocha: normally, a latte blended with chocolate. * Red Eye: a cup of American coffee with a shot of espresso in it. Also known as Shot in the Dark, Eye Opener or Depth Charge. * Ristretto (shortened): with less water, yielding a stronger taste (10-20 ml). Cafe9 serre9 in French.

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