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De Fer Coffee & Tea Menu And Prices

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No matter what you are hungry for, youll find a huge variety of delicious dishes to satisfy you at the De Fer Coffee & Tea’s menu. Whether you go for aCheese Plate, Meat Plate, Hummus & Veggies, Prosciutto or Ham & Apple ButterDe Fer Coffee & Tea’s tasty cuisine will hit the spot.

Notice: The prices listed on this page are provided for reference only. The actual prices may vary depending on your De Fer Coffee & Tea location.

De Fer Coffee And Tea

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Wife and I stopped in for a late light breakfast prior to shopping at the Strip District. Hot chai latte was good, Mildly sweet and a little less spicy than I get with my usual Tazo chai latte. Had the breakfast sandwich, egg, cheese, pancetta…on a seasoned English muffin done in a panini press. It was good. Lots of people around us on their computers on the WiFi.More

De Fer Coffee & Tea Menu Prices

Item Buttermilk and ricotta Belgian waffle topped with local maple syrup and cinnamon whipped cream. $8.50 Yeast risen Belgian buckwheat waffle topped with local syrup and whipped cream. $7.00 Make it toasted. Winter CapreseFresh baguette sandwich spread with pesto, roasted tomatoes, fresh mozzarella and arugula. Drizzled with lemon olive oil and aged balsamic. $7.50 – – Ham & CheeseFresh baguette sandwich spread with French butter, topped with rosemary cured pork loin and young pecorino. $7.50

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At De Fer Coffee & Tea Good Beans Roast In Small Batches

Located on Smallman Street in Pittsburgh’s Strip District, De Fer Coffee & Tea is a community and gathering space where specialty beverages, food, art, and music meet.

A year and a half since opening their doors, De Fer continues to hold true to their mission: bringing small batch coffee and tea to Pittsburgh, all while empowering specialty coffee farmers.

We had a chance to sit down with Matt Marietti, the founder and co-owner of De Fer Coffee & Tea, to talk about roasting specialty coffee in-house and the role of a coffee shop in a community.

How did you get started in the coffee business?

I have always loved food, coffee, drinks, public meeting spaces, art, music, and all of the things that a cafe can tie together and bring to life. I worked in food service before this, so I have always been in and around food. It has always been a passion of mine and my wife, who helps me run this company. Eventually, we thought that we had enough experience and knowledge to go for it and open something that we could work on together, something that could encompass all of those aspects of food and cafe culture that I admire.

How did you land in this location in the Strip District?

The Strip has always been our number one location. We actually named one of our teas, our breakfast blend, Breakfast in the Strip. It was named that way before we knew we could be in the Strip. It was because we have a tradition of going to breakfast in the Strip, which is one of our favorite things.


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