Whether it’s a strong “cuppa java” espresso style you’re after, following a long tiring flight, or a refreshing iced coffee beverage, Flight Centre’s travel experts know the best spots to visit for your first experience of a new city. Here is their list of some of the best coffee spots in a few of the most popular travel destinations around the world.
New York Roasts
Black Fox Coffee Co
Rated as having the best bean selection in the city, Black Fox Coffee Co is packed to the rafters with locals looking for their daily caffeine fix. It’s a definite must for… Read More
Sea Point’s Main Road in Cape Town has long shrugged off the dodgy rep it had in the early Noughties, and has instead established itself as a foodie destinations in the Mother City. And if it’s a world-class breakfast and coffee you’re in search of over the weekend (or during a week day for that matter), this is where you want to be. While the food is a draw card (more of that later), it’s also the fact that you can take in a stroll along the Promenade to either earn your breakfast, or burn it off.
Domenico de Lorenzo is in the news again. Not only is he one of South Africa’s finest mixologists (he represented SA at the World Class Bartender of the Year Global Final), but he’s also co-owner of a bar in Maboneng, Johannesburg, which has been listed among the top 55 bars in the world.
The March Hare, named after the twitchy tea party character in Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, is secreted away underneath the Museum of African Design (MOAD) and… Read More