This historic café has a new owner. He took ownership the day we stopped in for lunch in late October. Both owner and bar manager greeted us warmly and apologized that my soup order was delayed. Their eagerness to please was evident. When I said I was getting hungry, Nicolas brought me bread, Brie and another beer, a lovely gesture and completely unexpected. The food arrived and was delicious. My soup was a clear, nicely seasoned broth with generous chunks of potato and chicken---exactly what I wanted! My husband's simple penne dish was equally as good.
It is worth weaving through Trieste to find San Marco! We thought it was charming, with an Old World feel --- carved wood and mirrors --- and comfortable seating. The location interior has not been changed by the new owner, and a book store shares the space so you can browse the titles while you await your food or drink.
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