Coffee CommuniTea

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or review the Categories in the right column to find a nearby hot spot.

Coffee and tea shops attract villages of like-minded people. But, not just coffee and tea lovers or people seeking community, relaxation and entertainment. Business folk hold meetings in these watering holes. Artists display work. Writers meet with their book clubs and critique partners. Music lovers come to relax and hear local acts. What a perfect environment to complement my goal to support all things Words•Music•Village?

Join us on this journey to discover indie coffee and tea shops, especially in the Phoenix metro area.  You’re expected to be an integral part of the conversation: provide commentary on what’s posted, and add your own hot spots by filling out my form. Consider this blog as our own online village to capture the cool, the hot, the fun, and the funky in this Coffee CommuniTea.

So, ready to join me for a cuppa?

P.S. Here’s a fun animated take on the Coffee CommuniTea blog.

3 thoughts on “Coffee CommuniTea

  1. Great idea, Ann! Thanks for the reviews too. So important to be able to scope out the right environment! I started a map just to keep up with the local places (link below) so will have to check in here to add your finds to the list. 🙂

  2. I know…! I spend so many hours meeting and writing in coffee/tea shops, I’m always searching out new spots that are comfy, quiet, convenient, and brew good tea. I started the Coffee CommuniTea blog to help people like me find places to hang out happily.

    Do let me know if you have any hot spots you’d like to see on this blog!

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