Let The Good Times Brew: International Coffee Day

Espresso, americanos, lattes or cappuccinos; iced, decaf, instant or filter – International Coffee Day is a chance to show your appreciation for coffee; however you take it!

Need your caffeine fix? Here’s where to go.

Nine Yards – Cardiff, Wales

Nothing puts a spring in your step more than a piping hot cup of Joe! Nine Yards is an authentic Italian cafe and prosecco bar, selling the best Italian grub, expertly roasted coffee and patisserie. A selection of gluten-free cakes, waffles and pancakes and pasta is available with vegan and vegetarian options.

Beboz – Holborn, London

Warm up with a cup of coffee at Beboz, another Italian street food favourite.

With recipes and ingredients inspired by their travels to many regions of Italy, Beboz was created by the founders’ love for Italian street food and coffee. Get your coffee hot, iced or decaf.

Banana Tree – London

It’s not all about espresso, what about a sweet, aromatic vietnamese coffee? Served hot or over ice, Banana Tree’s viet coffee is served with condensed milk, in a traditional drip filter. A great alternative to dessert at the end of your meal, or an amazing choice for your afternoon pick-me-up.

La Fabrique – Birmingham

Calling all coffee aficionados! If you’re in Birmingham, get yourself down to La Fabrique. The owners of La Fabrique (also best friends) know a thing or two about coffee.

There’re also on a mission to prove that healthy doesn’t mean bland and tasteless. From savoury and sweet crêpes to hearty sandwiches and refreshing smoothies, all handmade with fresh ingredients and love.

Baked 2 Take – Walsall, West Midlands

Baked 2 Take is a self-service bakery, sandwich bar and café. Here you can get a mug of your favourite coffee or take-out if you’re on the go. If you’ve got time, grab one of their yummy brownies along with your coffee – they’re a must-try!

Hash Bar & Kitchen – Durham

Enjoy your coffee at breakfast? Or maybe you prefer yours at lunchtime? Grab a coffee anytime you need at Hash Bar & Kitchen. With two dining areas, two bars and a self-contained roof terrace open all year round, there’s plenty of choices to sit and relax on International Coffee Day!

And if you’ve had enough coffee for one day, check out their bespoke cocktails, locally sourced gin and beer.

Café Noir – Edinburgh

Café Noir is a speciality coffee house, serving coffees from all over the world. Just say the magic words, and you’ll get espresso, lattes, cappuccinos and the lot – iced or decaf.

And the baristas are trained to extract the natural flavours hidden in a roast, without the need of syrups to disguise the unique flavours within. So, you’ll find an exciting new cup of coffee to try every few days.

Dessert Republic – Manchester

Need a coffee break after all that shopping in Manchester? Drop in at Dessert Republic.

Dessert Republic serves tonnes of sweet treats that will put a smile on the face. As well as an impressive coffee menu including lattes, americanos, and creamy mochas.

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Laura Marie Parker
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