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Capital Coffee – Connoisseurs Coffee Club

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Connoisseurs Coffee Club is one of a number of excellent specialty coffee places to have opened in Edinburgh in the last two years. It opened in March 2022 on Duke Street, near the foot...

Capital Coffee – Fauna Café

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Fauna Coffee on Queensferry Street is an excellent new arrival on the scene.They opened at the start of April 2022, just in time to take advantage of the loosening up of Covid restrictions...

Capital Coffee –  Room and Rumours

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An excellent recent addition to the Edinburgh speciality coffee scene is Room and Rumours on East Market Street.It’s part of a new section of the city that is emerging as the nearby Caltongate...

Capital Coffee – Gaia Deli

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A highly popular eatery for a number of years, Gaia Deli on Leith Walk is also the number one destination in the city for authentic Italian coffee.In specialty coffee circles, Italian coffee is often...

Capital Coffee – Tanifiki, Portobello

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Portobello, long an attractive location, is an increasingly fashionable spot with a lively cultural scene. Tanifiki, at the Figgate Burn end of the town, is a great new addition to the range of cafés...

Capital Coffee – great new cafés in south Edinburgh

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The coffee scene in Edinburgh is a rapidly expanding and changing one. This is particularly true in the South of the city at present, where several excellent new places have popped up-or are about...

Capital Coffee – Santu Coffee Bar, Canongate.

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For those in search of really good coffee, the Royal Mile has been something of a desert.There are decent places in the vicinity,  such as Milkman (two branches on Cockburn Street),  Hideout (Upper Bow), The Edinburgh Larder...

Capital coffee – Brew’d Speciality Coffee Bar

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Authentic antipodean coffee know-how in the shadow of Edinburgh Castle.Opening a new coffee shop during a global pandemic is a sign of optimism.Brew'd, located on Located in Spittal Street, is an excellent new...

Edinburgh Coffee scene – Argyle Place in Marchmont

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Argyle Place’s long, sweeping bar immediately indicates that you are in a special venue.The stylish interior maintains its links to the specialist coffee scene with its industrial vibe but with a very classy...

Coffee bean scene – Gordon Street Coffee

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Gordon Street is a relatively recent arrival on Edinburgh’s coffee scene.Their original branch in Glasgow’s Central Station was the first to roast beans on site in the city centre when it opened in...

A taste of Bologna – by the beach

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Portobello has added to its growing foodie reputation with the opening of pasta specialist Aemilia.Top chef Kip Preidys and Giada Betti have added a traditional “pastificio” to the town’s High Street and in the...

Cyber security heads January business agenda

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Midlothian and East Lothian Chamber of Commerce invite you to a coffee and chat on Wednesday, January 20 (10am to 11am) via Zoom. You can speak to chamber team and fellow members to tell...

Coffee, coronavirus and the uncertain future of high street cafe culture

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 Jennifer Ferreira, Coventry UniversityBefore coronavirus hit, the UK had a thriving coffee shop culture, with around 26,000 coffee shops across the country. But by the end of March 2020 many coffee shops were closed,...

Blend it with Blendly

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Here’s something new coffee lovers which became even more popular during lockdown.Commercial coffee roaster, Blendly, is an online coffee marketplace dedicated to letting the customer easily access all the elements that make up...

New landscape for Edinburgh’s hospitality sector

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Necessity is the mother of invention it is claimed, but it didn’t need wise words from Greek philosopher Plato for Edinburgh’s pub and hospitality trade to reinvent themselves in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.Across...

Mobile banking app launched

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Jemma Craig (pictured) from Leith was one of the first Edinburgh residents to pick up a free coffee from the Royal Bank of Scotland as it showcased the latest functions of its mobile banking...

Sunday is International Coffee Day

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International Coffee Day is on Sunday, 1 October and coffee lovers in Scotland are being urged to book their tickets for the capital’s coffee festival on Saturday 14 October.The Corn Exchange plays host to...

Heady brew for Capital coffee festival

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Coffee lovers are being urged to put Saturday 14 October in their diaries when the Edinburgh Coffee Festival will take over the Corn Exchange to bring together 3,000 coffee lovers, 40 speciality coffee and...

Our advent calendar – Christmas Gift suggestion #17

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Newington Coffee shop My Front Room have an online shop for you to buy coffee for someone as a lovely unusual gift.The shop now sells their most popular items such 250g bags of Brazilian...

Where to drink coffee in Edinburgh – Grounds and Grams

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Stockbridge is known as a haven for the foodies amongst its inhabitants and I count myself very lucky to be one of them. With the bustling Sunday market and a plethora of indie shops...

The Counter gets its own TV advert

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By winning a competition the owners of coffee shop in a police box The Counter will be able to promote their business on national TV. Just over a year ago, Ali and Sally McFarlane decided to...

‘Suspended Coffee’ – Rose Street café leads the way in charitable giving

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Social Bite, may be a small café on Rose Street, but they are at the centre of a big change in the Edinburgh’s food culture. Opening just over a year ago, Social Bite has...

Gran Caffe opens at the Signet Library

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 The Edinburgh Reporter is a big fan of the Pommery Bar which opens in the Signet Library each Festival, and so we are glad to see the space being used by Heritage Portfolio on...

The Roamin’ Nose Sunday Music

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Wow another coffee-come-restaurant-come-venue comes to Stockbridge/Canonmills. How many more can one ‘wee’ corner of Edinburgh sustain? Have we reached a point in our society when no one actually works any more, all we do...

The Edinburgh Reporter Advent Calendar – Gifts for everyone – Cuckoo’s Bakery

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Cuckoo's Bakery Christmas Cupcakes 2011The nice people at Cuckoo's have baked special cupcakes for you at Christmas time, Choose from 6 Christmas flavours: Mince Pie, Christmas Pudding, Red Velvet Cheesecake, Chocolate Truffle, Gingerbread Man or Apple & Cranberry - perfect...

The Irrepressible Bean

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 Rouud, the pop-up Artisan Roast at Bruntsfield, celebrates its opening with a beer tasting today. The cafe at 138 Bruntsfield Place serves lunch as well as the usual selection of fine coffees and beverages....

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