The O-town Scene

March 10, 2011

The O-town Scene - Oneonta, NY

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Local Eats A Whole Latte Love Latte Lounge is a hip place to hang The charming, multicolored Latte Lounge is a hang-out for students and pro- fessors, as well as community members. Everything about the Oneonta cafe is homey _ and it’s a hip home. Owner David Zummo and managing partner Georgia Paulino scoured an- tiques festivals and shops to assemble the retro tables and chairs that line the cafe’s purple, sage green, orange and exposed brick walls. And the cafe wouldn’t be as comfortable without the Latte Lounge staff, who are all cool, hip girls _ tattoos, funky jewelry, you know the type _ but they’re not too cool to be ultra-friendly and greet regulars by name. The cafe is a place you can sit for hours, sipping a cappuccino in a ceramic mug while working on a paper or an article. I used to call it “my office” when I was freelance writing and working on grad school applications before I was offered a full-time job at The Daily Star, my actual office for a year and a half. In addition to a cafe offering specialty coffee drinks, Latte Lounge is also a popular breakfast and lunch spot. 12 O-Town Scene March 10, 2011 Continued on Page 13

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