Posts Tagged ‘Coffee’

August 11th, 2014 - 7:37 am § in BOSTON, RESTAURANTS

On The Town: Brunch at Tatte Bakery & Cafe

While you never want a good weekend to end, a delightful brunch always helps close out several days of leisure on a high note. Inspired by my dear friend G who was visiting, we decided to try Tatte Bakery & Cafe in Kendall Square. It’s been on my radar for some time and after a […][...]

November 7th, 2012 - 7:19 pm § in RESTAURANTS, TRAVEL

Coffee Art: Tomtom in Belgravia, London

One of the (many, many) things I enjoy about London is when I order a cappuccino and a work of art arrives. The cappuccino in the photo is from the Tomtom Coffee House in Belgravia. A dear friend who knows all of the best cafes in the area brought me there and it’s lovely. In […][...]

August 18th, 2012 - 11:18 am § in FOOD, RESTAURANTS, TRAVEL

Travel: Eating & Drinking in Edinburgh

Those who know me well understand that part of my traveling experience is snapping food and drink photos. I didn’t travel to Edinburgh expecting a big foodie city, but left impressed with its charming cafe culture. From artful lattes, to marvelous tea, nutty whole wheat scones and warm, spiced[...]

June 13th, 2010 - 6:17 pm § in BOSTON, RESTAURANTS

The South End Buttery: The Little Cafe That Could (and Does!)

Casually cool with amazing sandwiches and pastries, the South End Buttery is exactly the kind of place you want to live within walking distance of.  Tucked into a quaint area of the South End filled with posh brownstone walk-ups and hip furniture stores, this neighborhood gem is open from 6:30 a.m.[...]

March 18th, 2010 - 10:54 am § in BOSTON, RESTAURANTS

Boston Cafe Etiquette – Sharing a Table with a Stranger

Only in the most dire of circumstances should you ask if you can share a table with a stranger. In other countries, it is completely common for others to take up empty seats at your table (even in a restaurant- it happened to me every day in India), often without even asking. But throughout the [&he[...]