Caffè d'Amore is now open at the Pittsburgh Public Market at 17th and Smallman Streets in the Strip District. We are open Fridays (10-4pm), Saturdays (9-5pm) and Sundays (10-4pm) in order for you to sample what we have to offer.
We are unique in our commitment to using the best local, organic and fair-trade ingredients we can find. Our machinery allows us to produces consistently excellent shots of espresso and steam for milk drinks. We also provide professionally trained baristi. We seek to deliver with our well-sourced ingredients, reliable and well-maintained espresso machines and talented baristi. We are based in Pittsburgh, but will travel up to 300 miles for the right event.
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We use locally-roasted beans exclusively sourced from The Commonplace Coffee and seasonally rotated based on the best coffee available. They are a perfect base for any espresso drink, and are robust enough to stand on their own.
All of our handcrafted syrups are made using Fair Trade organic sugar, purified water, and various natural extracts. A wider variety of high-quality syrups can also be purchased for your event.
Rich and velvety, our steamed milk adds body and texture to any espresso beverage. Our careful precision creates microfoam that adds delicate sweetness. We use locally-sourced dairy, and offer non-dairy alternatives.
Sarah Walsh brought her own beans and machines, but better than that: she brought herself. Tasty coffee, sparkling personality, and total integrity. I'd ask her to provide the espresso bar for an event again in a flash.
Sarah makes one of the best cups of coffee that I've ever had. She has honed her craft and only uses the highest quality ingredients. Engaging and compassionate, Sarah prepares each cup with care and deep concern for the person on the other side of the counter.…
After graduating from college, Sarah served area non-profits for ten years working in development, training fundraisers, leading environmental justice tours, recruiting, and working in campus ministry. In the meantime, making specialty coffee drinks had been a hobby until Sarah left her non-profit work and began part-time at Commonplace Coffeehouse in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh. She purchased her first Spaziale Mini Vivaldi II in the summer of 2010 and has received training at Cincinnati's Espresso Guild. Sarah was the barista-in-residence for the Center for Public Justice's Civitas Week in Washington, D.C., and she has catered events for Pittsburgh Urban Christian School, the CCO's Jubilee conference, and Big Catering.
Caffè d'Amore charges based on the size of your event, as follows:
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