by Christopher Frizzelle View from within a coffeeshop. Do you see what I see? I was at Analog Coffee on Thanksgiving morning (remember their "educational" video?) because the coffeeshop closer to my house was closed and I needed a blast of energy to get me through the weird, long, starchy, obligatory, food-filled day ahead. Show More Summary
Economic development cooperative Us Lifting Us is behind the forthcoming Sylvan Hills concept. The post New Coffee House Cafe Ulu Will Have Nearly 80 Owners appeared first on What Now Atlanta.
Instead of alcohol and coffee, the Assemblage offers elixirs and tea infusions. Laptops meet meditation cushions and shamanic healing rituals.
The Poncey Highland will replace Cafe Highlands (and Cafe 640 before that) in December. The post Atlanta Cupcake Factory Owner To Open The Poncey Highland Coffee House appeared first on What Now Atlanta.
I guess it’s time for a true confession. I’m a coffee snob. And when I travel, I have a passion for supporting local roasters and coffee houses. Let’s just say I’ve BEAN Around the World and I’m feeling like now is the time to start sharing the love… and caffeine, one city at a time. Show More Summary
Andy Borowitz jokes that, in light of the Russia investigation’s focus on Michael Flynn, the White House will now claim that his sole job was to make coffee.
If you’re at LAX today, stop by Klatch Coffee in Terminal 7 for a free shot of espresso. Klatch Coffee is one of my favorite Southern California coffee brewers. Sadly, the closest location to my house is at LAX, but it is always a treat when I fly. Trust me, it’s good coffee. I’m a snob […] The post Free Espresso at LAX Today appeared first on Live and Let's Fly.
In an article originally published in the Spectator’s Coffee House blog, Open Europe’s Enea Desideri writes that regionalist and separatist demands in Catalonia and elsewhere are only one symptom of a broader European problem: the desire for greater autonomy from authorities that are perceived as illegitimate. Show More Summary
Instagrammer Sothany Kim dishes on nicotine breakfasts, third-wave coffee houses and enemy bakers in Austria’s capital
The 'community coffee house' is in the permitting process. The post Coffee Shop Cafe 120 Planned Near Sugarloaf Mills appeared first on What Now Atlanta.
A drive-thru coffee house could be coming to the Plaza del Rio shopping center downtown. Permit applicant Scott DeYoung is proposing to demolish a vacant 4,280-square-foot former bank building in the center and erect a new building about half that size, equipping it with a U-shaped drive-thru lane. DeYoung told the City Council his goal […]
Saltero’s was a feature of the London landscape for over 100 years – long after Salter himself died in 1728. The post The ‘Gimcrack Whim Collector’: Don Saltero’s Coffee House And Museum appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Today's Water Cooler: NAFTA, Trump flip on Alexander-Murray, Steve Bannon, Mnuchin on tax reform, housing starts, Amazon, coffee shops
S hortly after we got engaged, Julie and I went to a party at a gay lady friend’s house in Boulder. Being a party primarily composed of lesbians, when we walked in there was a gaggle of gals sitting around the coffee table and some folky...Show More Summary
The architect used a variety of textured concrete blocks and glass to form a series of considered spaces Concrete is a remarkably versatile material used to make everything from wacky luxe abodes to brutalist coffee machines. But as we’ve seen before, concrete also provides a low-cost housing material with high-design impact. Show More Summary
Did you know that music halls date back to the 18th century? Yes. According to history, music halls can be traced back to coffee houses and the inns where people met to do business, eat, and drink. Artists entertained while the audience watched and sometimes sang along, ate, drank, and had a good time. Show More Summary
You've come a long way from lumpy futons and milk-crate coffee tables, and you've figured out the whole sham, sectional, thread count thing. You know it's a window treatment, not a curtain. Maybe the next step is to "Get house proud," like the characters in West Elm's first TV ads, who are creating an environment...
The owner of a Seattle coffee house ejected a pro-life group that had been handing out graphic homophobic literature nearby.
In 1810, Sake Dean Mahomed opened the first curry restaurant in London, the Hindoostane Coffee House. But he did much more than that. An author, soldier, immigrant, and entrepreneur, his life was a wild ride of travel, financial ups and downs, and celebrity. Show More Summary
Plus, Billy Wright’s Olde New Orleans Boil House and Coffee House eyes a 2018 opening, and more news to know today THE CHAINS— Sure, Applebee’s may have has unveiled a $1 margarita, but Todd A. Price notes that there are plenty of way cheaper boozy options around town. Show More Summary