coffee shop

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Famous for decades for its laid-back attitude to marijuana, the Netherlands will now require so-called coffee shops in some regions to only sell to signed-up members who live in the country, not to foreign visitors.
Hans Willimann, the resort general manager, said, 'I'm excited to present our new coffee shop, which will be serving the best coffee and baked goods in Vail.
Just over a year ago, Bean was the only coffee shop in the North West to be listed by a panel of experts in The Independent's "50 Best Coffee Shops in the UK".
Herman plans to open the new store by July 4, after some remodeling to match the look and feel his other coffee shops.
The Greek based asset management firm Global Finance decided to invest in local coffee shop chain Onda Coffee Break in 2005.
Regeneration experts know that independents, whether they be fashion boutiques or family-run coffee shops, boost local economies not just by being more likely to stock goods made by local suppliers, but by attracting people from outside the area.
Any photos or mementoes dredged up will go on display in the coffee shop.
Nick Losorelli, 18, who works at Java 'N Jazz, said things were hopping at the coffee shop during last year's Santa Clarita marathon and he expects the Amgen tour to mean the same.
Tokyo, Japan, June 13, 2006 - (JCN) - Online market researcher Interwired announced on June 13 the results of its latest survey on coffee shops.
BIG brand names are taking a growing slice of the UK's lucrative coffee shop market, a report out today says.
Memoirs From A Coffee Shop reads very much like a novel, alive with small town flavor and interest, and incidents of comedy, tragedy, adversity and triumph abound.
Each Juan Valdez coffee shop requires an upfront investment of between $350,000 and $1 million, according to the Colombian trade group.
To quote the review of the hardcover in KLIATT, July 2003: Zach, age 16, is sitting in a coffee shop waiting for his mother to pick him up when two armed teenagers burst in to rob the place.
Googie's was, apparently, a chain of coffee shops in Los Angeles during the '40s and '50s though another theory is that it was named for an outlandish coffee shop on the corner of Sunset Boulevard and Crescent Heights, LA designed by John Lautner.