La Marzocco

The La Marzocco engineering group set out to take the most advanced La Marzocco technology and translate it for a home espresso machine. The GS3 features the thermal stability system used in the La Marzocco Strada, including a preheating system, digital PID controller, saturated groups, a dual-boiler system, and digital display.

If you have been into a NYC cafe or coffee house then you have probably seen a La Marzocco espresso machine on the counter. La Marzocco has become synonymous with specialty coffee. And with good reason. Take a look through the line up of some of the best espresso machines available to NYC.


  • Dual Boilers

    Separate boilers optimize espresso brewing and steam production

  • Saturated Group

    Ensure unsurpassed thermal stability, shot after shot

  • Digital Display

    Intuitive programming makes it easy to adjust machine parameters

  • Hot Water Economizer

    Enables you to fine-tune the tap water temperature for rinsing

  • Thermal Stability System

    As water passes through each feature, temperature is further stabilized

  • Dual PID (coffee & steam)

    Allows you to electronically control coffee & steam boiler temperatures

  • Ruby Flow Restrictors

    Ruby flow restrictors resist scale formation and erosion

  • Periscope Pressure Gauge (MP only)

    Monitor pressure at coffee during extraction

  • Conical Valve (MP only)

    Improved longevity and increased pressure manipulation ability

  • Water Reservoir

    A self contained 2.5 liter water reservoir makes plumbing optional

  • Internal Pump

    Self contained pump without compromising performance

  • Versatile 110V Power Requirement

    Making it easier to take it anywhere

  • Half Power Mode

    Allows your machine to run on a 15amp circuit


  • group count


  • dimensions

    • Width: 21in
    • Height: 17.5in
    • Depth: 16in
    • Weight: 73lbs
  • electrical

    • Voltage: 120V
    • Current: 20A
    • Wattage: 1600W
  • Coffee Boiler

    1.3 L

  • Steam Boiler

    3.5 L

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