café

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Suspect Allegedly Behind Viral Paris Catcall Attack Has Been Arrested

CCTV footage caught the harasser hitting a woman outside a cafe on her walk home from work.
Lauren Messman
8.29.18
London

How a Derelict Space in London Became a Community Garden and Cafe

Roving Cafe in Shoreditch's Nomadic Community Gardens offers salads, soup, and space for anyone who needs it.
Ruby Lott-Lavigna
8.20.18
scams

Why the Hell Is Iced Coffee So Expensive? An Investigation

Yes, I am a terrible millennial, but is it so wrong to want to buy a budget iced coffee now and then?
Ruby Lott-Lavigna
7.25.18
London

This Bar Serves Booze and Breakfast 24 Hours a Day

London’s Polo Bar stays open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. “It’s actually more difficult to close because we haven’t even got a door," says owner Philip Inzani.
Daisy Meager
4.26.18
The Last Bite

The 118-Year-Old Deli Where No Sandwich Is Too Weird

Marylebone's Paul Rothe & Son has been in the Rothe family since 1900 and is still renowned for its handmade sandwiches. Fillings range from egg mayonnaise and anchovy to bacon and banana.
Angela Hui
2.23.18
eggs

The Internet is Very Angry at This Cafe’s Terrible Egg ‘Pun’

It's almost as bad as “Merry Pringles.”
Ruby Lott-Lavigna
2.15.18
sandwiches

Northern Cafe Puts Steak Pie in Sandwich, Because Of Course

“English cuisine at its finest.”
Daisy Meager
9.21.17
Miami

Plantains, Sugar Cane Juice, and the Unifying Comfort of a Cuban Café

Las Olas is a humble Miami anomaly amidst the soaring multi-million dollar condos and upscale restaurants in the neighbourhood—a place that attracts mail carriers, construction workers, and Russian oligarchs alike.
Alex Swerdloff
8.7.17
politics

We Spoke to the Black Rifle Coffee Owner About Guns, Hipsters, and Hiring Veterans

We spoke to Evan Hafer, the coffee roaster who pledged to hire 10,000 veterans in response to Starbucks' pledge to hire 10,000 immigrants.
Jelisa Castrodale
8.2.17
Brooklyn

Cafe Removes 'Peeping Tom' Bathroom Sign After Complaints from Customers

The Brooklyn coffee shop removed the sign that customers said promoted rape culture, but opted to leave up a slavery-era map of the US.
Jelisa Castrodale
6.1.17
WTF

San Francisco's New Rat Cafe Is the Animal Pop-Up No One Asked For

Don’t expect a discount if something furry brushes past your ankle.
Daisy Meager
5.19.17
coffee

Is Coffee Really More Popular Than Booze Now? I Went to a Coffee Festival to Find Out

Pubs are closing every week in Britain as cafes take over our high streets. At London Coffee Festival, I spoke to baristas, latte artists, and coffee shop owners to find out whether lattes can ever replace lager.
Amy Walker
4.18.17
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