We take pride in our “word-of-mouth” marketing strategy, which is based on striving to provide the utmost best service and quality product. Year after year, we do not set aside a budget for marketing. Instead, we rely on our team to provide a superior experience that creates an outlasting and supportive customer base that caries our name forward. Bellow are some of the various features we have received; none were paid for.
Featured on CW 33
DFW Close up with Erin Harris – Valentine’s Day with Astoria Caffe — KDAF
Coffee Life in Addison
“Astoria was originally created with the vision of bringing the European flavor to this side of the pond. Their focus on quality and freshness is always of highest priority to them and whenever possible they try to use organic products. It’s a great place to hang out and pass the afternoon away, or as I have many times, find a comfortable spot and get some work done. Try the Espresso Astoria or a cappuccino with basically anything from their dessert menu.” by Oscar Camacho
Featured on the Dallas Observer
As one of 10 BEST DALLAS PLACES TO WRITE YOUR NOVEL THIS MONTH (Nov. 14, 2015)
Featured on D Magazine’s Side Dish
“Tucked back on the quiet north side of Addison Circle, there is a little corner sidewalk cafe. By the size of it, I expected a simple coffee and snack place, so I was surprised when I saw Astoria’s menu. There are 10 pages of wines by the bottle and glass, 28 beers, and 2 pages of specialty coffee drinks (with optional liquor shots).
The food list is also quite long. Breakfast is served all day, from paninis to the Mortadella Breakfast, featuring grilled mortadella, eggs, bufala, tomatoes and balsamic glaze. There are teas (with pots, mind you), Italian sodas, cheesecakes and a healthy selection of meats and cheeses to build a platter. Salads, paninis, soups, and a long list of appetizers round out the menu.
Then there are the cigars, the happy hour wine specials, and the atmosphere. Cozy leather chairs and high-tops fill the inside, and umbrellaed tables dot the corner outside. There is a nook in the back with an electric fireplace, and the music is mellow and unobtrusive. A few seats dot the impressively-stocked bar and the waitstaff is very friendly. This would make a nice spot for a date night, boozy brunch, or Saturday morning book reading session.
The kitchen stays open until close, which is midnight during the week and 2 AM Thursday through Saturday.”
“Bottom line: Astoria has the casual feel and unassuming air that you want in a great neighborhood coffee shop, but with as much to offer as a restaurant twice its size.”
-Rachel Van Deurzen (Jul 18, 2014)
Featured on VV&M Boutique Residential Living Blog
“Cafe by day, lounge by night.” That simple slogan just about sums up Astoria Caffe & Wine Bar in Addison, an establishment that pulls double duty. Stop by when daylight streams through the windows, and customers say you’ll encounter a laid-back atmosphere where many customers sit and enjoy free Wi-Fi as they sip a cup of coffee. The list of java options is simple, not overwhelming like other cafes: caf, decaf, or vanilla or hazelnut. Of course, there’s a much lengthier menu of specialty espresso drinks, as well as “coffee alternatives”—like root beer floats.
If you come to Astoria once the sun has set, the vibe remains casual, but the drink menu switches from java to wine. More than 150 wines are on the list, along with many cocktails and beers. Sip your chosen libation while you nibble on organic food, perhaps a panini, salad, or cheese plate.”
(Feb 13, 2015)
Featured on LiveWellDallas.com
A taste of Europe in Dallas
“I recently revisited Astoria Caffe in Addison Circle, and it was even better than the last time. The staff went out of its way to make me feel at home there. Offering me samples of wine before I made my decision to order a glass. I went with the reisling! But the moscato was excellent, too. Their kitchen is open all day- serving breakfast, salads, paninis, and famous desserts!…The only other time I’ve had this delicious espresso blend was in the South of France! This combined with their little sidewalk cafe is proof that Astoria really delivers a taste of Europe!”
Featured on ‘Haute Living’ Magazine
One of ‘Top 5 Places to Sip Espresso in Dallas’
“Nestled amid the busy area of Addison Circle is Astoria Caffe and Wine Bar. The relaxing outdoor patio is ideal for people watching, while you sip on your coffee or glass of wine- pending the time of day and the mood you’re in. Like things sweet? Get a shot of Red Raspberry in your macchiato, or enjoy a Milky Way espresso drink with Guittard caramel and whipped cream.” -Lauren Kent
May 29, 2011