DANBURY, Belgium — The chocolate bars at the breakfast buffet at the Belgian Embassy in New York can be hard to find.
They’re mostly sold at Starbucks, but the best ones are usually sold at the French-Belgian Café Bélisle in the city of Danburys northern suburb of Alpes-Maritimes, which has an extensive chocolate-making heritage.
But the cafe is in dire need of a new home.
DANBURIES local coffee chain, the French chain La Caffe La Caffé, announced last week that it will be closing its Danburies location, which was the site of its first French café in the U.S. in 1874.
The cafe was a staple in the Danburied’s neighborhood and was known for its warm coffee and generous portions.
La Caffe was founded in 1902 by the late Frenchman Jean Baudrillard and has since expanded to Belgium, Italy, and the U,S.
La Cacherie is located on the corner of the French and American Avenues and serves up its coffee in three separate cafés in the vicinity.
Danburies local coffee bar is a big part of the cafe’s legacy, but it’s now closed, leaving only a small spot in Danburie for the owner to open his own cafe.
La Cacheria has been selling its chocolate bar and cafe for about a year and has plans to expand its offerings.
But the owner said he can’t find a place to open the cafe because of a lack of money and will be moving to another area in Danbury in the coming months.
It’s a bittersweet ending to the cafe owner’s long-running story of how he came to own a cafe and why his family is not a big fan of the coffee chain that owns it.
In an interview with local newspaper La Libre Belgique, he said that he and his wife were hoping to start a family and found out that the cafe had shut down.
They decided to close the cafe after a year.
“I’m really sad because I worked so hard for my business,” he said.
“I’m just sad for the customers.
I can’t get any more.”
La Caffè has also closed a coffee shop in the French Riviera city of Cannes, where it was located in the past.
La Cité is the first coffee-maker in Danville to be shut down, but not because of the recession, said La Cagnia, who said the cafe opened because it had to.
He and his employees have to find other work, and there are no plans for a second cafe in Danburg.
The French chain’s closing in Danberg is another blow for Danburians who have had to pay high prices for their coffee.
The cafe, La Caché, had to close its doors earlier this year because of budget cuts, but La Cité has been making the best quality chocolate in the country for years.
The owners have opened a cafe in the heart of the Danburg area and plan to expand in the future.
But it’s hard to say whether Danburiers old and new coffee-making traditions will survive.
One thing is certain: the Danbury cafe will be missed, said Danburier Jean-Claude Vanhoucke, who opened La Cités coffee shop about two years ago.
“This place is a place of life.
I feel that when you’re going to die and you need to go to bed, you go to La Cache.”
But if you want to know the secret to great coffee, the cafe offers a few tips to make it easier.
Don’t make your own coffee.
You won’t get as much out of your espresso and you may end up with burnt beans.
Instead, make it from a special coffee made from an imported Belgian variety called coffee de l’Orange.
This is a strong and complex coffee with a high caffeine content.
Use a double espresso machine.
This will allow you to make two shots in the same machine at the same time.
It will be much more enjoyable and will give you a much better cup of coffee than one shot.
Buy local and buy locally made.
Buy locally roasted beans and don’t buy from a chain like La Citè.
Buy at the farm or the shop.
If you want a really good cup of beans, buy them at a farm.
If a shop sells them, they’re usually overpriced.
Don’t buy at a café.
You may end-up with burnt coffee.
It’s just too expensive and too much work for the customer.
Buy from a local farmer.
If your favorite coffee shop is a chain, you may want to start there.
If not, check out your local farmer, La Citere, La Fargeur, La Larga, or La Cargère.
If it’s a local shop, buy organic.
That means buying your coffee at