NZ’s Cup of Joe

Pavlova and flat whites are on the menu in Washington D.C. thanks to American policy analyst Art Hauptman who opened Cassatt’s restaurant after holidaying in New Zealand. And for this Washington Post reviewer it is what comes at the end of the meal that is a true test of a good restaurant. Cassatt’s, “a Kiwi cafe” in Arlington, has pavlova which is especially tasty, so light that it practically melts in your mouth, writes the reviewer, and rather than your average warm dregs of coffee left over from the lunch rush, Cassatt’s serves good and hot coffee. If you really want to be in the know, order the ‘flat white’. Served in New Zealand, the Cassatt’s specialty is a twist on your standard latte.


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