Aldo's in Greenport

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Since 1987, Aldo's has had numerous incarnations (even a sushi bar), and has moved back and forth across Front Street a few times. But here's what hasn't changed: Aldo's serves some of the best coffee and biscotti you'll ever have. Owner Aldo Maiorana

A mochachino and a piece of a scone
(Credit: Randee Daddona)

A mochachino and a piece of a scone at Aldo's in Greenport. Aldo's Too Coffee on Front Street in Greenport is a coffee roaster, bakery, in the shop that draws people from all over. Hot chocolate, coffee, biscotti, scones, gift baskets bring people to stay awhile while engaging in conversation at this establishment. (Dec. 22, 2012)

Aldo's Too Coffee on Front Street in Greenport
(Credit: Randee Daddona)

Aldo's Too Coffee on Front Street in Greenport is a coffee roaster, bakery, in the shop that draws people from all over. Hot chocolate, coffee, biscotti, scones, gift baskets bring people to stay awhile while engaging in conversation at this establishment. (Dec. 22, 2012)

Aldo Maiorana pours chocolate into a cup, preparing
(Credit: Randee Daddona)

Aldo Maiorana pours chocolate into a cup, preparing hot chocolate for a customer. Aldo Maiorana, of Aldo's Too Coffee on Front Street in Greenport is a coffee roaster, baker, proprietor of the shop that draws people from all over. Hot chocolate, coffee, biscotti, scones, gift baskets bring people to stay awhile while engaging in conversation at this establishment. (Dec. 22, 2012)

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Aldo's Too Coffee on Front Street in Greenport
(Credit: Randee Daddona)

Aldo's Too Coffee on Front Street in Greenport is a coffee roaster, bakery, in the shop that draws people from all over. Hot chocolate, coffee, biscotti, scones, gift baskets bring people to stay awhile while engaging in conversation at this establishment. (Dec. 22, 2012)

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