Sometimes, coffee is just not enough.
Some prospective business owners recognize this and decide to add something else to the mix, in hopes of attracting a wider audience, whether that’s hot dogs, cupcakes, or the Lord above.
NY Hotdog Coffee. Or, is it Hotdog NY Coffee? I should definitely try this sometime. I have had hot dogs in Korea, at a place called Hunch’s. Frankly, they tasted like they had been made by someone who had never eaten a hot dog before. So, I am a little cautious. This location is Samgye-dong, Gimhae.
Waffle & Caffe. Waffles are another of those imported treats I am unsure as to why they specifically grew in popularity here. But, a well-crafted waffle dessert paired with hot coffee does sound nice. This is located in Naeoedong, Gimhae.
Cup Cake & Coffee. Cupcakes seem to be gaining some traction in Korea, as evidenced by another recent post for L’Revelry, which apparently also specializes in cupcakes. This place is located in Gwangan, Busan, heading toward the beach.
Cafe DOU. Coffee and doughnuts. Is there really any other perfect combination? Maybe coffee and cigarettes, but I quit smoking years ago. This is located in Gwangan, Busan.
Ruban Coffeebible. Sometimes, coffee shops don’t just add something like cupcakes or doughnuts. Sometimes, they add Jesus. This small coffee shop is not coincidentally located next to a large church in Namcheon, Busan.