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On Ocean Avenue, between Juniperro Serra and 19th Avenue, is a small village of businesses.
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Zagat editor James Mulcahy checks out The Fourth, a new "American brasserie" in Manhattan where the artwork is as enticing as the food.
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We came here because we'd been meaning to for ages, having noted its pretty steady popularity with the locals.
"Grey's Anatomy" star Patrick Dempsey tells Bon Appetit magazine that he bought Tully's, a rival to Starbucks, because he wanted to bring the company back to life, but adds that he has a goal of becoming a "certified barista." "I want to become a certified barista and work in the stores," he told the publication.
Morristown, NJ rocks. I'm just going to start with that. Downtown boasts a movie-set-esque backdrop and crowds of citizens are walking down South Street shopping, dining and enjoying the weekend.
Several hundred cyclists coming from the Capital Crescent Trail, Potomac Parkway trail and more filed through the Georgetown Bike to Work Day pit stop Friday morning for DC's Bike to Work Day celebration.
Your daily cup of joe may prevent strokes and help you live longer, according to two new studies.
Our city is chock-full of interesting people and wild personalities. Overwhelmed by the coolness? Every week we'll pick one standout local we'd love to be friends with to answer seven essential questions about their life in San Francisco.
Caffissimo, in West Perth, sells a 250g bag of coffee for $11. Or Nespresso-compatible pods filled with a grind of choice - there are 18 on the list - for 60c each.
By Fauzan Abdul Kadir KUALA LUMPUR, May 18 -- TM Info-Media Sdn Bhd is encouraging women who are keen to venture into the world of business to participate in its "Yellow Pages Coffee Talk" programme, a platform created for the exchange of ideas and experience.
Cool down this weekend with a free iced beverage from Starbucks . The coffee giant is offering a free tall iced drink when you buy an iced VIA.
Take a quick look around on your morning commute and you will see that coffee is definitely one of the most widely and overtly obsessed over substances; these addicting caffeinated products pay tribute to our coffee crazy culture.
If you're a java snob searching for the perfect cup of joe, the folks at San Francisco-based Blossom Coffee have quite the proposition: a limited-edition machine, called simply the Blossom One, that has plenty of ones in its price tag - as in $11,111. To hear the company describe it, this is more Master Coffee than Mister Coffee - a coffeemaker ... (more)
Life on the run for the Internet sensation known as Kai the hatchet-wielding hitchhiker ended when he asked for a cup of coffee.
Forget coffee. Caffeine addicts may soon be able to get their fix when they brush their teeth in the morning.
Beautiful bread and yummy recipes from mummies are just two of the features that make this month's issue of Flavours a great pick-me-up. IT'S a product of passion.