Without a doubt, there is a LOT of buzz about Black Elk Espresso in Carnes Hill.
It’s been made obvious by the sheer number of people that have been there on my last 3 visits to the cafe, but also indicated by their popularity on social media.
And I get it. I really do.
Continue reading “Black Elk Espresso, revisited”
The first morning in Port Douglas, I was a little dismayed.
It turns out that despite the glorious weather and 35degree days, the local business owners consider this the off-season time and most of them close shop for maintenance or for holidays. Only half the stores in Macrossan Street were open which meant my breakfast options were limited. Continue reading “The Little Larder breakfast in Port Douglas”
I wasn’t going to initially write up about this place because I only managed to take 2 single pictures. But then several weeks later – I was still thinking about this place..which means…you guessed it – it deserves a post.
Continue reading “Squeeze and Grind – Camden”
A few weeks ago we stopped by Bonnyrigg Garden Center to visit Harvest Cafe, located within its premises for a quick bite.
I had only seen a few snaps of it on Instagram before but had no idea how pretty the nursery setting can be for a cafe.
Continue reading “Harvest Cafe : a quick lunch visit”
We were pretty excited about the new recreation and community facilities that opened up in Carnes Hill last year.
And then they announced Black Elk Espresso. Just what the area needed.
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