A tiny family run space near the famous Prato della Valle, it may not look like much but it really tickles the taste buds, take your glorious ice cream away with you and relax in the sun or under the stars…
A pastry lover’s dream on Park Street, winner of ‘Best Newcomer’ and ‘Best Cakes’ in the 2016 Bristol Good Food Awards.
Enticing scandi coffee shop in the Portuguese capital.
Homemade nut milks and Roasted Rituals coffee at Bristol’s accomplished brunch spot.
One of my favourites, this little cafe has all the charm of old Italy decorated in warm hues. If it’s patisserie selection is not enough to tempt you then the plush red velvet sofas and warm golden colour scheme should lure you in.
For unmissable live music, a cracking language exchange evening including monthly trivia night, and the best cocktails in Granada.
Authentic Italian Osteria in the backstreets of Padova.
Oxford’s coffee scene’s new kid on the block.
Cosy and friendly Montpelier hang-out filled with savvy locals.
Zitto & Bevi is Bristol’s bright yellow, alternative Italian dining experience. Head to Stokes Croft for classic dishes and quality wines at respectable prices.
If you fancy sipping some gin, tea or pretty much any other drink in a cool and roomy setting, LEAF is where you should head. The menu is extensive, as is the range of weekly events.
Junkyard, brother of the cocktail bar Boilermaker, is a recently renovated café-bar nestled between Fletcher Gate and Bridesmith Gate in Nottingham.