Owner relocating Brewer’s Cafe and turning current space into juice bar

Brewer’s Cafe plans to relocate to 1012 Hull St. this summer, where it will unveil a larger menu partially sourced from the owner’s now-shuttered waffle house. (Jack Jacobs photos)

After winding down his waffle shop and in the midst of growing a new juice brand, Anthony “A.J.” Brewer is on the move in Manchester.

Brewer is relocating his Brewer’s Cafe, which has operated since 2015 at the corner of Bainbridge and 12th streets, to a new space at 1012 Hull St.

The new cafe will be similar to the current concept, but will also feature a full bar

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The Best Bar Food in Every State

Throughout history, bars have been an essential place for people to come together in a relaxed setting to enjoy refreshing craft beers, cold beverages, and artisanal cocktails. Of course, all of that drinking and socializing can make one hungry, and this is where good old bar food comes in.

Bar food, the perfect accompaniment to any happy hour, is some of the tastiest, most comforting food out there, and we can understand why. From Knoxville’s duck confit fries to Seattle’s garlic burrata pull-apart bread, this list of some of the best bar food options throughout the States proves that bar

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Piers Morgan names ‘world’s best restaurant’ and it’s a tiny Spanish tapas bar in West London

Piers Morgan has got fans talking after he labelled a Spanish tapas bar in West London as the “world’s best restaurant.”

After his dramatic departure from Good Morning Britain, Piers regularly keeps fans entertained on his Instagram account.

From posting pictures playing golf with an iconic EastEnders actor to trips to restaurants with wife, Celia Walden, Piers’ fans get a unique insight into his life.

The ex-GMB presenter recently praised the restaurant Cambio De Tercio located in South Kensington at 163 Old Brompton Road, Kensington and Chelsea.

Piers captioned the photo: “Back at the world’s best restaurant… thank you for

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Best restaurant, bar, book, movie and album with deep ties to Sarasota

There are so many fun things to do in Sarasota. But what are the essentials? We’ve spent recent weeks sharing our favorite places to visit in the area but for this week’s story we wanted to be more specific. Get down to the bucket-list essentials, for both longtime residents and newbies, as well as snowbirds and visitors. So, here it is. Five things every Sarasotan should eat, drink, read, watch and listen to at least once. 

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Seattle’s original espresso bar is still serving up coffee, charm & community

If you walk down the Ave and you’re not paying attention, you may miss the sandwich board sign directing you to Cafe Allegro. Hidden down the alley anchored by Magus Books and MOD Pizza is the unassuming coffee shop, a perfect example of not judging a book by its cover — or a cafe by its weathered signage.

Cafe Allegro is Seattle’s oldest espresso bar, established in the University District in 1975. Dave Olsen opened the business with a menu of quality espresso drinks before expanding to more beverages and pastries from local businesses. Their beans are imported from

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Bar Italia, Mizu Sushi And More


The editors of Cleveland Magazine share the best local dishes they ate this month.

James Bigley II, managing editor
Citizen Pie Roman Cafe’s Mushroom Pizza ($5.50)
When a craving strikes, I’m left wanting nothing else but the very thing that makes my mouth water. That’s why I ordered three slices of Citizen Pie Roman Cafe’s mushroom pizza. Loaded with cremini or portobello mushrooms, tomato pesto, basil pesto, fresh mozzarella, gooey fontina and burrata, it’s a pie that goes big on presentation and flavor. 2057 E. Fourth St., Cleveland, 216-394-0155, citizenpie.com

Bar Italia


Arbela Capas, associated editor

Bar Italia’s

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