A Few Words About Us and our history
At Caffè Torino, we want you to feel the warmth and taste the flavors of this beautiful Northern Italian city. Torino is much more than FIAT, the Holy Shroud and the 2006 Winter Olympics.
The spirit of this region with its complex history and traditions is what we have captured, in our own way, at Caffè Torino. So come on by and get a little taste.
Arte & Vino at Caffe TorinoIn January 2013 we started a new series of Art and Wine here in South Lake Union, featuring pieces from local artists at the cafe for everyone to enjoy while sipping on a glass of their favorite beverage.
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Artists of the month: Nick Rothenbuhler & Sherise McKinney
For the months of July and August, we’re proud to present: T H R E A D, a dual interpretation of particular words on paper.
What do we see when we think of words like “dirt, color, vast, and empty.” Two artists, two voices:
Nick Rothenbuhler, a photographer, sees beautiful definition in the ordinary, pulling the viewer in with his exceptional line work on film. He is a product of Seattle, a lover of the streets and people.
Sherise Mckinney continues to further connect the divide between emotion and denial with ink studies. She is a book illustrator and fine artist living just outside the city. Her focus is the personal and global interpretation of raw emotion on paper.
If you are interested in displaying your art, send an email to email@example.com, send a few samples of your work/portfolio and we'll get back to you.
Learn Italian at Caffe Torino
Want to learn Italian? We're partnering up with Percorso Italiano a local private school run by the amazing Roberta Torgerson and Elisabetta Valentini:
If interested, email firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the store to fill out a short survey for the instructors.