After lunch many Venezuelans keep the custom of having a nap. Dinner usually begins late, and many restaurants stay open until midnight.
A nation of worshipers of coffee: more than a drink, coffee is an integral part of Venezuela's lifestyle. Rich, aromatic and fresh way, each coffee is made differently and throughout the day. Coffee is part of the breakfast, is a digestive after a heavy meal, take it as a cups of cappuccino dessert smothered in real whipped cream late at night in place of the city, meetings, etc.
One of the great icons of the decade of 50, is the great coffee on the Boulevard de Sabana Grande, which was founded by a character who was known worldwide for escaping from prison Caribbean safer in Devil's Island in Guyana. Papillon French, many Venezuelans today know this story but so true, suggesting that one of the best places to prosper is paradise, is Venezuela.
Coffee comes in about a dozen ways, and if simply to order coffee, the waiter must use finesse, specifying the exact size and degree of force you want.
Here's how you do it. Easy Size: Small or large. You must specify the coffee strength to take. Black coffee is also appointed a black. A wash of black coffee, the closest North American coffee is a Guayoyo. The half coffee with milk is that Venezuelans drink for breakfast, but almost never after a meal, this should be a brown, light or dark, some see the difference, the fact is that coffee flavor in Venezuela in any version does not compare to those in Europe or North America, the Venezuelan coffee is purely pure. A coffee baptized means with a splash of rum.