Dorado is a new-wave coffee shop situated on the rapidly gentrifying Klauzál utca inside Budapest's old Jewish Quarter. There's everything from a V60 hand pour-over to espresso-based drinks and cold brew in the warmer months. The Hungarian-Spanish owner duo, Emese Görföl and Mario Jimenez, keeps a vigilant eye on global trends, lately also serving natural wines to the emphatically hipster-leaning crowd. If you'd like a bite to eat, there are pricey favorites along the lines of an avocado and salmon toast.

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