Cafés

The World's Seven Best Techy Restaurants

Matt Graywood | Posted 22.08.2017 | UK Tech
Matt Graywood

Technology is pervasive in modern life. You can barely turn around without seeing a new gadget being launched. Yet, despite the fact we've been used to technology in environments such as entertainment and retail for years, hospitality has seemingly dragged behind.

Speak Up About Background Noise This Christmas

Paul Breckell | Posted 09.12.2016 | UK
Paul Breckell

So it's that time of year again - 'tis the season of seemingly endless Christmas parties and get-togethers. Throughout December many of us will spend time with our family, friends and colleagues in pubs, restaurants and bars enjoying festive indulgences we wait all year for.

This Coffee Shop Is Employing Homeless People

The Huffington Post | Lucy Sherriff | Posted 04.09.2016 | UK

A coffee shop set up to help people affected by homelessness has handed out 300 free meals in just three months. Founded by 21-year-old Julius Ibrahim...

Death Threats for Opening a 'Breastfeeding' Cafe? You Have Got to Be Kidding

Amy Packham | Posted 23.04.2017 | UK Parents
Amy Packham

Purdie isn't receiving death threats because she's opening up a family friendly cafe, is she? Because with the tonnes of cafes with small play areas for kids (including Peter Andre's), I've never known any of them to get hit with criticism.

Best cafes Around the Meadows (Edinburgh)

Heather Irish | Posted 03.10.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Heather Irish

To those who are visiting, just arrived or who are long-term Edinburghers looking for some new places to add to your own collection, here are my top café spots in the Meadows (around the University of Edinburgh) - a lush green park in the city.

These Obscenely Good Milkshakes Are Worth The Subsequent Food Baby

The Huffington Post UK | Jessie Thompson | Posted 15.07.2015 | UK Lifestyle

A small bakery in Canberra, Australia, has come up with a milkshake that would make a McFlurry hang its head in shame. Patissez are calling their l...

Anyone for Tea?

Colin McQuistan | Posted 16.05.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Colin McQuistan

As many readers of my Blog probably know I am a massive tearoom fan and so is fellow food luvver, Rachel Wheeler who suggested we do a quick run down of some our favourite tearooms/cafes from around the UK. These are in no particular order and we insist you totally stuff your face with cake while reading them.

Chalkboard Sign Of The Day

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 11.09.2014 | UK Comedy

Thanks to Jerry Ibbotson for taking this photo of Our New Favourite Chalkboard Sign, which currently sits outside The Pig And Pastry cafe in York: ...

The Freelance Revolution: London's Best Places to Work From

BarChick | Posted 21.10.2014 | UK Lifestyle
BarChick

With one in seven of us now loving the flexible working lifestyle, and the number of self-employed people and freelancers having soared to highest level since records began - the way Londoners are working has changed (for the better we say).

The Paris of Parisians

Marion Bretagne | Posted 18.02.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Marion Bretagne

Parisians usually avoid tourist spots as they much more enjoy to be part of the local life of their neighbourhood and have their habits at the same bakery and cafés. Their ordinary routines are entangled within the traditional clichés of Paris and create this unique and authentic atmosphere.

Travel Eye: A Summer Weekend in Cork

Karen Edwards | Posted 17.09.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Karen Edwards

It's a Saturday afternoon and I'm tucking into a gorgeous Irish lamb stew. My friend Natalie is opposite me, equally enthusiastic about her seafood chowder. We're both gossiping away without a care in the world.

Could Ordering Orange Juice Damage Your Health?

The Huffington Post UK | Georgia James | Posted 16.12.2011 | UK Lifestyle

Scientists have found that almost half of the orange juice served in cafés and restaurants could be contaminated with dangerous bacteria such as salm...