I was recently asked by a journalist if I knew anything about a “sugar free” cafe.
My first thought was “what on earth is a sugar free cafe?”
I’ve never had one, and I’ve heard of them, but I was so taken with their concept, I wanted to know more.
So I did a bit of digging and discovered that the first sugar free coffee shop opened in the UK last month in Coventry.
It’s called John’s Coffee Shop.
Its an independent coffee shop with two locations in Covent Garden, one in central London, and the other in central Bristol.
Here’s a quick recap of what you need know about the cafe.
What you get There are three John’s locations in London and two in central and central Bristol, but you can visit one location each in each area.
Johns Coffee Shop is open on a daily basis from 9am to 6pm.
There are no coffee drinks or food items.
Coffee and tea are served in the cafe’s own espresso machine.
A variety of pastries are also available.
The cafe also sells coffee, tea, and snacks.
You can book online, or use the app to book a table.
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How to get there John’s Café is located in Covence Gardens, one of the city’s more popular locations, so there’s a good chance you’ll be walking through Coventry in the morning, before heading to the coffee shop to grab a coffee or tea.
If you’re a coffee aficionado like me, you might be able to make it to John’s at around 8:30am or 9am.
I was in the area for a meeting at a coffee shop when I noticed the doors open at 10am, and walked in.
Inside, the cafe is crammed with books, pastries, and other memorabilia.
“It’s like the world’s oldest bookshop”, says co-owner Chris Cappella.
He’s an avid reader, and when he first opened John’s, he thought he’d found his dream cafe.
“I thought it was great, I’ve read a lot of books, but not in the traditional sense.
In the first few months, it was pretty normal for me to just be wandering around.
Then I found this cafe, I was hooked.
Every time I went to the shop, I’d buy a book.
That was pretty much it.
We got a lot more customers.
Now, we’re selling a lot, so it’s really exciting.”
Cappella says that John’s coffee has become a popular place for people looking to meet new people, and he says that people who visit John’s have an increased interest in coffee and reading, so they’ll often buy books there as well.
This is where the app comes in.
I’ve been following John’s on Twitter, and it’s clear that people are really into the concept.
They’ve been tweeting about it and sharing their experiences, so I thought it might be useful to do some digging and see if it was a success.
Why did they open the cafe?
John’s is one of those cafes that, as the name suggests, is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Their main location in Coventer Gardens is a short walk from the train station, and they have two locations around the city, one outside Covent Gardens in Bristol, and one in the Covent Green area in central Birmingham.
How do they serve coffee?
Caffeine is served in their espresso machine, which is powered by an electric motor and can produce a cup of coffee at around 9:30pm.
They also have an espresso machine that can brew coffee in the middle of the night, and a barista who can pour coffee into a coffee maker.
And it seems like a lot has been written about John’s Cafe.
On Twitter, John’s has been retweeted thousands of times.
One of their most popular tweets has been “If you need a coffee break, come here.
We’re here every day, ready to serve your caffeine needs”.
This has made it onto the front page of the New Statesman, which reported that “John’s Café has the highest concentration of coffee in Europe, according to data from the European Commission”.
It also says that “the cafe has an average of over 500 patrons a day”.
“The number of people coming here is quite phenomenal, but it’s been growing year-on-year, so we’re really pleased to be in the top 10 cafes in Europe,” says John’s co-founder, Paul Walshe.
But is John’s a success?
The business has been successful for a number of reasons.
First, they’ve found a very loyal customer base