The 10 Best Cafés in Dnipro, Ukraine

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Maria Sibirtseva

Dnipro is one of the most visited destinations in the country. Thus, it is a fount of interesting attractions, venues and people. While running the city lengthwise and crosswise, make some time for delicious snacks and good coffee in the best cafes of the 4th largest city of Ukraine.

1. Tri Bobra

Cafe, European

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Travellers addicted to caffeine will fall in love with this welcoming place. It serves one of the best coffees in the city: from classic cappuccino to flat white. In Tri Bobra, or Three Beavers in Ukrainian, you can also try sweet snacks that will make your energy boost as much as possible. The cosy interior along with paintings on the wall make it perfect for a quick rest and further exploration of Dnipro city.

2. Art Café Unknown Petrovsky

Cafe, European

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Art Café Unknown Petrovsky is a venue to come to with friends for a lovely lunch or dinner. Its warm homely atmosphere, delicious food, as well as responsive waiters and good service, make the café extremely attractive for locals and tourists. During the daytime, one can play board games, while in the evening Unknown Petrovsky turns into a concert platform with live music. In addition, visitors are welcomed round the clock.

3. Double Decker Cake and Coffee

Cafe, European

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From the name of the Double Decker Cake and Coffee, one can see it is an ideal place for a sweet tooth. There are traditional American and English desserts and fabulous interior, designed in the British style. Double Decker is a family-friendly café with a large drinks menu for all. You can enjoy freshly ground coffee while your kid sips the marshmallow cocoa. Moreover, the venue has a central location – just walking distance from all major attractions.

4. Sweet Gallery

Cafe, European

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For a romantic ambience, go to the Sweet Gallery. The interior of the spot looks like an art museum. Despite the name of the cafe, there are also plenty of dishes that will satisfy fans of salty food. For instance, Minestrone and Udon soups are among signature courses there; Sweet Gallery features European and Asian cuisine as well. The confectionery serves an amazing range of breakfast and brunch options.

5. Black Sheep

Bistro, Cafe, Asian

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This cosy noodle bar, Black Sheep, is located in the city centre of Dnipro. It is popular for quick service and large portions. A must-try dish is Ramen, which can definitely be called the best in the city. Thus, be ready to face the queue at the entrance. It’s always crowded in the Black Sheep.

6. Atelier No5 • Cheese & Caramel

Cafe, Dessert Shop, European, French

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Recently, it has become trendy in Ukraine to combine shopping services and food venues. Atelier No5 • Cheese & Caramel is one of such places, where you can come for an individual tailoring and refuel oneself. The cafe occupies an Art Nouveau building and constitutes a curious destination for the 20th-century architecture lovers. In addition, this spot is also a great place for working; there is an open Wi-Fi network and delicious coffee.

7. Fabrika Pirogov

Bakery, Cafe, European

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Hearty lunch courses are offered in Fabrika Pirogov in Ukrainian or Pie Factory. What can be better than getting a lush salmon and spinach quiche or a sweet tart that tastes exactly like Snikers chocolate bar along with tea or cooling beverages? The highlight of the place is a beautiful way to serve food so that bloggers and avid Instagram users will be delighted how their plate looks like. You can also get food and drinks to go and organize a lovely picnic in the park.

8. Bazilik

Cafe, European

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Bazilik serves European and Eastern cuisine. The emphasis is on grilled dishes that are cooked on an open fire. You will also be surprised by the pleasant homely atmosphere and high-quality service. In Bazilik you can relax and recover before wandering the evening city of Dnipro.

9. Confetti

Cafe, European

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Confetti is a large network of food venues that can be found all over the city. It is open from early morning to late night, therefore, you can get in there for both breakfast or brunch and for lunch or dinner. The place has a spacious and light interior, so it is a nice spot for a long chat with friends or quick business meeting. In general, Confetti is a traditional European cafe, where everyone can find favourite dishes and drinks.

10. Puzata Hata

Bistro, Cafe, European

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Puzata Hata is the most visited café by tourists for many reasons. First of all, it serves traditional Ukrainian dishes such as salo (port fat), borscht with pampushki (fritters) and vareniki (filled dumplings) as well as a range of drinks you can try only in Ukraine. Secondly, it has extremely affordable prices. You can get a three-course meal for just UAH$50 (US$2) and enjoy the rich flavours of the local cuisine.

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