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Otto’s Will Soon Bring Walk-Up Waffles and Coffee to Downtown

The new café is opening inside the Adolphus Hotel

Otto’s [Official Photo]
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Dallas coffee enthusiasts will soon be able to linger and enjoy a latte at Otto’s Coffee and Fine Foods, a Viennese-style coffee shop opening in Downtown.

The new café is set to arrive later this month inside the Adolphus Hotel, bringing a new all-day dining destination to the hotel. Like its surroundings, coffee service at Otto will be luxe — each cup will be served on a wooden board alongside sparkling water and a chocolate sable. Iced coffee, or eiskaffee in Viennese, will be made with espresso and creamy vanilla ice cream.

In addition to the caffeine on offer, Otto’s will serve bagels, croissants, breakfast sandwiches, and quiche for breakfast, and offer a grab-and-go menu of grain bowls, salads, and baguette sandwiches for afternoon and early-evening dining. Most importantly, though, the shop will be home to downtown’s first walk-up waffle window, serving Liège-style (read: traditional Belgian) waffles topped with powdered sugar and fruit compote.

Otto’s will make its Downtown debut on April 18, with free coffee all day. long. The shop will be open seven days a week from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.