Loving you is easy. Ever since I met you, I found home in Munich. When I open my eyes in the weekend and find nobody around, I’m no longer feeling lonely, I know you are here waiting for me with a cup of coffee and a smile. When I finish work and no one wants to go out, I sure know where to go. Even “Google Now” app on my phone knows that, and gives me the estimated time of arrival to Müllerstraße 50 when the clock hits 6 p.m.
Part of what I adore about you is that you feel so familiar. Your family, every single one of you guys, is beautiful, kind, and carries a warm heart. They know what I like, they ask how I feel, they are great to talk to, and hell a lot of fun.
Your cakes and pastries taste like a beautiful fluffy dream, creamy and irresistible. When I’m there in the evening, the scent of cake-baking sneaks out of your kitchen and whispers to me senses: “Come tomorrow and have me baby”, and I answer your call.
Your breakfasts are bits of joy served on a plate, and when I go home I try to recreate what I’ve tasted. It’s just not the same when I’m not with you.
The drinks are another story! Made with passion, skill, and a fusion of freshly sliced lemon, cucumber, ginger, and mint leaves.. the senses are already satisfied before the first sip. sour, sweet, delightful, satisfying, fulfilling, refreshing, tempting, and dangerous.
Your free WIFI, is as fast and steady as one can wish for in a cafe. Where else in this city can one sit in a surrounding of modern urban design, surfing the internet, writing, and working all undisturbed. You must know some people who use you as a place to relax, skype or scroll down their feed while sipping one espresso, but you’re okay with that – and that’s another reason why I think you’re great.
The music, the playlists, the vibe. I often wonder if it’s intentionally chosen to put me in a happy mellow state, or if it’s a pure reflection of your own happy state. I particularly love those days when you let me choose the music. :)
Loretta, you are no longer a backup plan when I don’t have somewhere else to go. Today, exactly nine months since I first came here, your staff are my friends. The people I cook with, confide in, and go to when I lose my keys.
Unforgettable, that’s what you are. Loretta is my living room and I’m it’s stammgast.
Thank you for being there.