I love both coffee and tea. For me it all about the taste. Boulder is really big on both coffee and tea. Boulder enjoys both coffee and tea houses equally. I find the tea is better than the coffee. My European heritage has lend me down a path of dark rich coffee that is highly acidic. Enough jolt to keep … Read More
Last week I was visiting Colorado. I spent a few days Denver and Boulder. Who would have known the food could be so spectacular.Sushi Den was my favorite place in Denver. Michael Meyers, CTO of the Examiner took me there. Whatever Michael asked for the sushi chef did it right or should I say omakase. Michael knows his sushi and … Read More
I know “afternoon tea” isn’t really something Londoners actually do (or have time for!), but I couldn’t resist taking an afternoon out with some friends (none of whom happened to be British, btw) for it. We went to the Orangery at Kensington Gardens, which is a beautiful restaurant: The food came out in courses and not one of those tiered … Read More
R/GA’s Lead Barista Jacqueline take us on a tour of the R/GA Coffee Bar and Lounge. The place for a cup of great coffee, conversation, comfort or laugh.