Coffeehouses

Restaurants can be broken down into not only different restaurant types but also food types as well. Some examples of these may be – Asian, bakeries, barbecue, coffeehouses, desserts, family style, Italian or pizza, Mexican, sandwiches or seafood.

This page deals specifically with coffeehouses which are restaurants that focus specifically on hot coffee, coffee related drinks as well as other drink types such as tea and hot chocolate. Most often serve a variety of food items as well, most of which you would find at a bakery. Historically, coffeehouses go back hundreds of years but have become a focal point in American culture as of late with the widespread popularity of Starbucks. Starbucks seems to have brought so many other similar restaurants with it as the demand for coffee in a variety of outlets has grown.

Biggby Coffee

Biggby Coffee

The story of Biggby coffee is one of two separate friendships. If you read the company history page, they begin with the second relationship, but there’s a prequel. If you want to know how it…

 
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Dunkin’ Donuts

Dunkin’ Donuts

When William Rosenberg opened his Open Kettle restaurant in Quincy, Massachusetts, he had no idea that having coffee and donuts on his menu would change the world. All restaurants have a few menu items that…

 
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