The place where you are supposed to have your espresso or cappuccino is a bar. Bars here mainly offer non alcoholic drinks and are more crowded in the morning with people having breakfast or their mid-morning coffee break. Coffee bars have a wider range of drinks and food to offer, often with outdoor tables, closing later than bars, and some of them between 6 pm and 9 pm have aperitivo, which consists of a drink and finger food for a reasonable, flat price.
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