In a land fiercely devoted to both tradition and coffee, contemporary coffee spots are few and far between. Third-wave coffee shops – with their passion for single-origin, hand-picked, slow-brewed options; weirdly wonderful science-lab style machines; and cool interiors – understandably haven’t gained much traction in Italy. However, Ditta Artigianale is the very notable exception. Here, coffee-making is an art form. It’s commonly accepted that Ditta makes some of the best coffee in town, and it also sells a selection of beans to take home and brew yourself. Come to enjoy the coffee and the casual, yet exciting, vibe.