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good cafe guide 2014

June 20, 2014

good cadfe guide 2014

 

 

Want to know what my favourite day of the year is?

 

It is the day this book comes out. The Age Good Cafe Guide.  This is the third year that I have bought it, and I can say without a doubt that it has improved my life. Seriously.

 

Basically what I do is, I pick one highlighter colour, and I turn to the back (there is an alphabetical listing of all the cafes reviewed in the book) and I highlight all the cafes that I have been to. Then because I’m slightly kooky, I count how many cafes there are  (this new one has 311) and then I count how many I have been to ( I have been to 80 in this book) and then I start my mission. And then I get a new highlighter colour and highlight all the new ones I go to.

 

My mission is to drink all the coffee in Melbourne. No, not really. But actually each year I try and go to all the cafes listed in the guide. It’s actually really fun, and it’s cool because Matt Holden and his team do a great job and pick really good cafes.

 

So this new guide came out this week and I bought it at Dymocks for $9.95. If you can wait ( I couldn’t), you can buy it with The Age on Sunday for $5.00.

 

Jx

 

LINKS

- My cafe mission blog 

- The Age Good Cafe Guide Awards 2014

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. June 21, 2014 05:37

    What’s up, I read your blogs on a regular basis. Your writing style is awesome,
    keep it up!

  2. June 22, 2014 10:58

    A lady after my own heart!
    Terry

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