Coffee in Copenhagen Torvehallerne is a renowned market with two covered halls offering a panoply of food options and an area out front for a flea market. I was visiting during the Copenhagen Opera Festival so of course started my day – don’t we all always? – with some impromptu full-costume opera in the flea …

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The Beat I remember reviewing a police box with no name that was selling very good coffee a wee while back. Trading on the site previously occupied by the Bollywood Box, I passed the other day a stopped once more to see how it was doing. It is now called The Beat and feels bedded-in. …

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Williams & Johnson at Waverley Mall As we highlighted in our post about the 25 Best Things to Eat and Drink This August, Williams & Johnson have recently opened a branch in Waverley Mall, bringing their coffee excellence to the city centre. With their roasting base of operations and first cafe at Custom Lane, W&J …

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Little Fitzroy I was sad to see Tiramisu, on Easter Road, close down, but it has been a cafe space that has seen many businesses cycle through it over the course of the last few years. In its place comes a new cafe called Little Fitzroy, under the stewardship of barista legend Cathryn Cripps Clark. …

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Coffee in Brussels I had a grand old time to myself in Brussels on my previous visit. Aside from fun beer adventures with my friend Joe, I did a bit of politicking then some smashing fine dining at Bozar Brasserie. OR espresso On this quick visit, I had a matter of three hours to kill …

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