Erin Thibodeau is the definition of a career woman, currently satisfying her love for coffee as KRUPS Canada's Barista Ambassador while working in marketing and communications for architecture and interior design firm HOK and freelance writing on the side. But...
If you’ve been in the Atwater Market area recently and seen a logo you weren’t familiar with (a Buck 15) and we wouldn’t blame you for being curious – we were too. Which is why we went ahead and found out everything you need to know about Montreal’s latest coffee shop
Toronto sometimes comes off as a hard place to meet new people. We blame the concrete. But if you’re in search of a good spot to find a date or a new special someone, we suggest trying your luck at one of these java-serving establishments
With temperatures dropping faster than Kardashian ratings, it’s only natural that we are on the lookout or already have our list of spots to cozy in, work from or catch up with friends at. Here is that coveted list
For young professionals (YPs), it seems to happen more than many of us would like to admit: you stayed up way past your bedtime, for whatever reason, and now you’re wrecked and have a whole day ahead of you. Maybe you were partying, maybe you were working; whatever, we’re not here to judge. We are here to help!
Just a stroll up the stairs at Queen West's Lavish and Squalor (a local hipster favourite that features a premium selection of apparel and novelty items), you'll find some of the finest espresso in the city along with a tea bar. Browse by after work on a Friday, and you will stumble upon a gathering of cocktail-loving young people for their weekly Cinq a Sept
Finding the perfect spot to perch for business meetings or just to get a boost while you write that next proposal can be tough...that is, unless you know where to look. Here's our list of our favourite coffee shops in Calgary