Coffee shop etiquette (Part Two) We’ve covered the basics but as with pubs, there are many more coffee shop scenarios that need to be addressed. Ordering (Part two) It really should be a simple process but people like to think that by making it complicated, they’ve achieved a feat similar to winning University Challenge whilst … More Coffee shop etiquette (Part Two)
Coffee Shop Etiquette Like most writers, I put on the pretence of doing my writing in a coffee shop. I therefore have a great deal of experience of the type of people who frequent them. Not as much a pubs but I still consider myself expert enough to tell you how to go on. Ordering … More Coffee Shop Etiquette
When you think of a writer’s group, how do you picture it? I’d always assumed it would be a bunch of lonely old women wanting to be Catherine Cookson or something resembling table nine from The Wedding Singer. With this in mind, when I stepped through the door of Holmeside Coffee, home of Holmeside Writers, … More Happy 4th birthday to Holmeside Writers.
There’s no better way to start the day than with a Full English Breakfast. Whether you are hungover, planning a day climbing mountains, setting yourself up for an all day session or just a bit of a fat bugger, a decent Full English is as good a meal as you will get. As I try … More The perfect Full English Breakfast
In previous blogs I have covered the importance of rounds and where to sit as well has how to queue at a bar. With this blog I hope to add a few finishing touches which will allow you to enter public houses up and down the country without being chased out with pitchforks. (Disclaimer, I … More Pub Etiquette (Part Three)