Where to Drink Coffee
|Author:||Avidan Ross; Liz Clayton|
The insider's guide to where the world's best baristas go for a cup of coffee - 600 spots in 50 countries.
Where to Drink Coffeeis the insider's guide. The best 150 baristas and coffee experts share their secrets - 600 spots across 50 countries - revealing where they go for coffee throughout the world. Places chosen range from cafés, bakeries, and restaurants to some more surprising spots, including a video store and an auto shop. The recommendations come with insightful reviews, key information, specially commissioned maps, and an easy-to-navigate geographical organization. It's the only guide you need to get the best coffee in memorable global locations.
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