A Stumptown cafe is coming to NOLA.
The 2015 World Barista Championship is popping off in the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, Washington. Exhibit Hall 4F is filled to the gills with eager baristas, beleaguered organizers, anxious well-wishers, stern security guards, and delicious complimentary cups of coffee. All the free coffee. Perhaps the best multi-roaster coffee bar in the world is operating right […]
For some, the smell of cookies baking or the whiff of a familiar perfume can bring back a rush of memories. Walking into Bintana cafe in a quiet neighborhood of central Cebu City in the Philippines, one immediately feels at home. The scent of coffee brewing, the sound of home-cooking sizzling in the kitchen, the wall […]
In a cafe-saturated city like New York, it takes a lot to get noticed, and a sharp focus can set a business apart. The city’s already seen a smattering of niche cafes that specialize in, or exclusively serve, coffees from one particular origin, from the boutique—Café Integral (Nicaragua) to the more mainstream—Bourbon Coffee (Rwanda), Juan […]
Charlie Burt visits Alchemy and Decade Coffee, two progressive new cafes in Lawrence, Kansas.
In Valencia, CA, of all places.
No Sugar, no problem.
A specialty coffee success story.
Photo set by Alex Negranza.
Warning: Tacoma news contained herein.
Here Comes Trouble 2: Hunters Point Break.
J-Rubes in P-Town.
This new cafe is stunning.
That’s right, Chicago coffee types.
“What makes me want to hamster-jog in that Habitrail?”
Make the po-po a doppio, yo.