In this small brick-walled cafe, I was in a race against time—and myself.
Cafes symbolise the little opportunities for everyday pleasure that were available to us before the lockdown.
Starbucks can't stop you from watching step-sibling porn, but they can stop you from doing it on their Wi-Fi.
Kerry Diamond was fined $300 for a sign saying that the cafe's Green Canteen program had kept 2,057 coffee cups out of city landfills.
Attention, baristas: Blasting your 'Psychedelic Wednesday' playlist over your cafe's speakers is actually lowkey ripping off your favorite bands.
Oh, the lengths people will go to for free stuff.
In Korea, you can eat waffles while petting sheep, and some smoothies come with a side of meerkats.
In a new list of public Internet spots most at risk of hacking, cafes came out top.
With 15 percent of UK hospitality jobs held by Europeans, think tank Migration Watch UK is proposing a new visa that would allow young EU citizens to live and work in the UK for two years.
Cafes and restaurants are pushing pubs out of UK towns at an alarming rate.