This is our favorite spot for morning café crème. Sometimes you have to go to the neighboring bakery to get your own croissants, but still it is where we always find ourselves for a good café. They serve a decent lunch, too, and we have been known to enjoy a pastis or two in the evening. In nice weather, the tables extend across the street and the people-watching is without rival.Café de l'Ormeau
This cafe has its own faithful group of regulars for morning coffee. We have not been one of the regular morning patrons for no real reason other than out established habits find us in a neighboring cafe. New owners recently acquired this restaurant which encouraged us to have lunch there. The menu was very reasonable and our selections were quite good, probably best described as "comfort food." It was crowded, lively, and friendly.Café de la Fontaine--Caldron
This is a busy and convivial café known for their Corsican specialties, often served from an oversized back cauldron. We have always enjoyed our meals, especially the plat du jour and the ice cream. The large booths are comfortable and a popular place for a morning café and evening apéritif.