Image viaCare for a cuppa tea? Lipton might never forgive us for saying it, but the American tea market is pathetic. For years, the only options were Lipton or Celestial Seasonings. Now of course, the market is growing. The artisan coffee shops are doing their part to offer a wider variety ... More >>
Mabel SuenAn assorted dozen from Dunkin' DonutsOver a decade ago, the last remaining Dunkin' Donuts in the area closed down, leaving a giant donut-shaped hole in St. Louis' donut-hole-loving soul. Still with us? All faith was restored in March of 2010 when the east-coast branded donuts return ... More >>
3 p.m. Sunday, December 12. Off Broadway, 3509 Lemp Avenue.
Image sourceAs if the instant coffee and custom Frappuccinos weren't enough (and they probably weren't), Starbucks has now decided to offer free Wi-Fi to all its customers starting July 1. Previously customers had to pay for Internet access in two-hour increments through their Starbucks card ... More >>
A new report finds the greatest drop in restaurant visits in nearly 30 years. (Reuters)Will mobile slaughterhouses be the next big thing in locally-sourced food? (AP)Starbucks is experimenting with coffeehouses (not called Starbucks) that also serve beer and wine. (USA Today)
8 p.m. Saturday, January 20. The Focal Point (2720 Sutton Avenue, Maplewood).
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