San Franciscans may have noticed a new sign on their way into the office cafe a few weeks back. "Before providing you with our free Wi-Fi code, you must first have a conversation with three strangers," it read. That’s right, before...
It’s a coffee shop, restaurant, live broadcasting space and speakeasy all in one. You heard right. Maison Sociale will be opening its doors in December to offer Montreal’s Mile End something completely unique
So last week we asked you about the city’s best independent coffee shops and we got a huge response. (Apparently people really care about their cup of choice.) Below you’ll find a pie chart – ‘cause bar graphs are for suckers – that breaks down the big numbers
Hey, Toronto, we want to know what you think the city’s best independent coffee shop is in this week’s Notable Nine (‘cause 10 is just one too many). Below you’ll find a list of our favourite places to pick up a good caffeine kick. We’ll post the results on Friday, so let the coffee (popularity) war begin
Sam James’ latest coffee shop has officially opened its doors at Queen and Ossington. A door, a few words on glass, and good coffee. Miss the door and the words (which is very easy to do) and you’ll miss the good coffee too
If you don’t think you’ve tried Pilot coffee, you’re probably wrong. These Toronto-based roasters not only run two of their own cafés in town (Te Aro, Crafted), they also supply upwards of 50 more caffeine havens across Canada with their delicious beans. But it’s the brand new tasting bar they’ve just opened up at the front of their roastery that has us most excited
Run by long-time friends Laura Sestito and Fiona Byrne, The Scullery is a warm, light-filled room where people come to eat fresh food, drink quality coffee, and generally linger in the laid-back atmosphere. The difference between The Scullery and a lot of other cafés in the city is that it manages to actually capture that elusive neighbourhood feel
Sebastian Sztabzyb and Phil Robertson know more about coffee than most people. After meeting at U of Calgary, they realized their shared interest in coffee. They spent a few years doing research and roasting coffee in Sebastian’s garage, then opened for business in 2007 at the Currie Baracks Farmer’s Market