He came, he saw, he coffeed.
Sanitago was as so many very good things; too good to last. Added to our tiny staff mere weeks ago, he'd only just mastered the place when a job offer (in his trained field, graphic design) came along.
We knew it deep down, the guys got talent. Also a member of the up-and-coming band The Bear Season, Check out their newly released video here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NoA5L3C0ePg&feature=youtu.be (or it should appear below). It's clear the sky's the limit for 'El Tigre'. We know he'll be dropping in frequently on his rise to the top.
Sopa!The weather is cold and wet lately. Precisely why we've added soup to the menu.
Calabaza/Jengibre (Pumpkin/Ginger), Arvejas/Menta (Pea/Mint) and Zanahoria (Carrot), just to name a few. There's a new one every day. Get a half sandwich and soup for $120.
Burritos and Quesadillas continue to win hearts every week. Not particularly adventurous concerning food choice, Uruguayos need some coercing. We tempt and they fall, easy.
Tarte Tatin is edging out our standard Apple Pie lately, but this could be a fad. You know, like French things can be.
Augie (Mucha Leche, don't ask) still working hard despite his busy schedule. He and his friend and Coffee Shop regular Andrew run an English Language Institute called MVD English. They teach business and conversational English to a variety of profesionals and things seem to be going well for them.
Let it go already
Still plenty of activity on the street, mainly some utility tearing it up again. You should have seen these guys unrolling this tube. Clearly letting go was not an option.
It's a nice refuge in here from the mist, the noise and the crush of it all.
Come on in, we've got just the thing.