Daily Grind | Issue 26

Posted 4:26pm Sunday 6th October 2013

Rating: 3/5 G has always assumed that Governor’s, located on George Street opposite Knox Church, is some sort of Jamaican eatery that sells goats’ cheese curry. In fact, Governor’s is a brunch-centered café open seven days a week. After being fucked over by daylight saving, M and G Read more...

Daily Grind | Issue 25

Posted 2:29pm Sunday 29th September 2013

Rating: 3.5/5 This one has been a long time coming. Capers is a Dunedin institution, mostly for freshers who want a break from hall food and well-meaning guys taking their one-night stand out for a “thanks for the bang” brunch. Famous for their obscenely large pancakes and frantic weekend Read more...

Daily Grind | Issue 24

Posted 1:47pm Sunday 22nd September 2013

Rating: 5/5 Mou Very / Mou Bar / The Smallest Bar In The World (or whatever the kids are calling it nowadays) is a back alley hot-spot nestled between Hikari Sushi bar and Café Nesli on George Street. Mou Very roasts its own beans on site daily and has a range of awesome beer and spirits on Read more...

Daily Grind | Issue 23

Posted 2:39pm Sunday 15th September 2013

Rating: 4.5/5 Everyday Gourmet, or “Err-day,” as M and G affectionately call it, is located on George Street opposite the Knox Church car park. This French-style café uses Supreme beans for their coffee, and is well known for its wall of ingredients and delectable food. It may seem a bit Read more...

Daily Grind | Issue 22

Posted 1:51pm Sunday 8th September 2013

Rating: 3/5 The University Plaza Café is located just inside the entrance to Unipol, which is attached to the Forsyth Barr Stadium. M and G enjoy the fact that all new buildings commissioned by the University tend to come complete with in-built café. One Saturday morning M and G Read more...

Daily Grind | Issue 21

Posted 3:48pm Sunday 1st September 2013

Rating: 5/5 Living in North Dunedin, it is sometimes hard to remember that not every street is littered with broken TVs and patches of vomit. Thankfully, The Good Earth provides a brief respite from everyday life, and can be found right around the corner from Scarfie-ville. Located on Read more...

Daily Grind | Issue 19

Posted 2:29pm Sunday 11th August 2013

Rating: 3/5 After reading in Critic’s facts and figures section that drinking two to four coffees per day decreases your risk of committing suicide by 50 per cent, M and G’s first thought was “of course – you’d be getting so much done,” and second thought was that with Dunedin’s general gloom Read more...

Daily Grind | Issue 18

Posted 3:50pm Sunday 4th August 2013

Rating: 4/5 Unless you’re regularly around the Teachers College area of campus you may be unfamiliar with Fluid Espresso, which is located on the corner of Union East and Forth Streets next to the Campus Wonderful Store. The small coffee bar is buzzing early in the morning, especially with Read more...

Daily Grind | Issue 17

Posted 4:45pm Sunday 28th July 2013

Rating: 3.5/5 When marching across the museum lawn early in the morning trying to focus your foggy brain on not getting lost in the Archway lecture block, the Museum Café may go unnoticed. However, taking up the majority of the Otago Museum foyer, it is a delightful coffee shop. The Read more...

Daily Grind | Issue 16

Posted 3:59pm Sunday 21st July 2013

Rating: 4/5 Located across the road from Brunch ‘N’ Lunch on Frederick Street, this roastery headquarters should be the first port of call for those keen for a takeaway coffee around the Grange/ Leith/ Frederick Streets area. Behind the mysterious exterior lies a cosy café and store filled Read more...

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