#ElCafeDe2013 Coffee tip of the week: Checkout the Entrance!

I was hanging out at Groove Coffee House in Covington, Kentucky on a day road trip, enjoying a good latte. Part of my routine while enjoying a coffee is to check out the signage, entrance and surrounding area (neighborhood) out front.

In this case Groove Coffee House sat right along Main Street. I got the coffeehouse signage and colorful looking downtown street in one shot. Beautiful!

Groove Coffee House, Covington, Kentucky

It gave me goosebumps and made the coffee that much better. I’m in a scenic town, in a state I hadn’t been in a while, on a day road trip and enjoying a new coffee spot. What could better?! By looking around out front you also might spot somewhere else to go and explore.

Tip #8: When enjoying your coffee make sure to checkout the entrance.

The aforementioned latte.

Groove Coffee House, Covington, Kentucky, latte

Another photo from the entrance, looking straight down the sidewalk.

Groove Coffee House, Covington, Kentucky

4 responses to “#ElCafeDe2013 Coffee tip of the week: Checkout the Entrance!

  1. We liked the quaint downtown area in Covington. I especially love the Roebling Bridge there…walking across it to take photos and check out things in Covington like the Ascent (that big blue-and-white building near the bridge).

    • It was a quiet, relaxing afternoon in Covington. Yes, on the blue-and-white building. Need to capture it more next time I’m there. Love walking back-and-forth on all of the bridges over the Ohio capturing Kentucky and the Cincy skyline!

  2. You are right, taking a moment to take in the surroundings, even in our day-to-day could uncover some neat sights!

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