Two flat whites.
Olive’s Works – big breakfast.
A cafe in Martinborough – unfortunately I somehow managed to forget to take a photo of the outside… but the name is clear so hopefully you’ll find it.
A flat white.
VISA Wellington On A Plate dish: the Holly Cow burger.
9 Kitchener Street, Martinborough, South Wairarapa, New Zealand
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cafe-Medici/335982293091178?ref=stream
<photos from Saturday 16 August 2014>
The fifth Mojo on Caffeine86 is Wakefield Street – the first to open in the thread of Mojo cafes, and the original roastery location, it stands strong since 2003.
(Mojo backnumbers: #23, #32, #36, #55)
Vege roll with relish.
I wholeheartedly agree.
Mojo – Wakefield Street
182 Wakefield Street, Te Aro, Wellington, New Zealand
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/mojocoffeenz
<photos from Saturday 9 August 2014>
Wellington’s own little chocolate factory, using organic single origin cacao beans that are ethically traded.
You can watch them manipulating the chocolate.
Three single origin 70% cacao hot chocolates to choose from.
By the way, to those who are confused – chocolate contains caffeine, so this is a legitimate post on this blog.
My choice: Madagascar.
Wellington Chocolate Factory
5 Eva Street, Te Aro, Wellington, New Zealand
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/thewellingtonchocolatefactory
<photos from Saturday 26 July 2014>
Ripe Coffee’s own espresso bar in the Wellington CBD.
A large latte.
Corner of Brandon Street and Featherston Street, Te Aro, Wellington, New Zealand
<photos from Friday 25 July 2014>
A classic-looking cafe & bar located next to the St. James Theatre, open till late at night.
Clockwise from the top: a mocha, a long black and a latte.
109 Manners Street, Te Aro, Wellington, New Zealand
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/boonbrotherscrumpet
<photos from Wednesday 23 July 2014>