The Biltmore Estate, a tribute to the grandeur & materialism of the Gilded Age against a backdrop of North Carolina’s natural beauty.
Waking Life isn’t near the downtown spots most people will tell you to visit when you’re in Asheville. In-fact, it’s not really by the tourist spots either. It is, however, one of the best places to visit for fine coffee and espresso in the area.
HOPE Outdoor Gallery was started as a way “to provide muralists, graffiti artists and community groups the opportunity to display large scale art pieces driven by inspirational, positive and educational messaging”.
I drank a $14 cup of coffee at Portola Coffee Lab. Why? When someone has a cup of coffee they assign that much value to, it’s gotta be good— right? Weeelllll….
Joe Coffee is a third wave coffee joint (started in Manhatten’s West Village) with mass market appeal. Their model seems to be similar to coffeecompany out of Amsterdam.
I first learned about (and enjoyed a cup of) Huckleberry Roasters at Seventh Flag Coffee in Austin Texas. Imagine my surprise then, when on a trip to visit my friends on the 4th of July in Denver, I searched for local coffee joints and Huckleberry Roasters came up just a couple blocks away.
Bergies Coffee Roast House is a charming coffee roaster / community hub in Gilbert, Arizona. The outdoor patio lends itself well to escaping into a personal passion project, the next great thriller, or a community meeting.
I’ve already gushed over Tandem Coffee Roasters in a previous post, but wanted to make sure you, my loyal readers, knew about Tandem Coffee + Bakery.
One of my first introductions to the Austin Texas third wave coffee scene was Patika Coffee.