It’s been months since I am practicing the art of calligraphy. Our drafting course way back in high school lingered and until now my handwriting is ugly. *laughs* It is understandable, but it is not as pretty as I dreamed it to be. When my friend Ferry sent me the link to this workshop. I said yes right away. I thought I was never going to make it, but I did.
We started doing the basic stroke until we’ve reached the letters. They say practice makes permanent, and though nibs do not like me as of the moment, I’ll exert the much-needed effort to master this craft.
This is going to be expensive though. *laughs*
I am going to hit two birds with this post as the venue of this workshop is adorable. If I will be in Hogwarts, I guess it’s their casual cafe.
I asked the owner of the concept, she said she wanted to serve hearty food for book lovers (Oh that’s me).
There are books at the corner of the place where you can borrow and read while enjoying your butter beer.
Oh yeah, you read it right, BUTTER BEER with a shot of whisky. Actually, Ferry and I stayed for some planner lovin’ session.
As for the food? HEAVENS.
It’s a modern Filipino cross border cuisine, which we enjoyed a lot. Take note of reasonable pricing too.
Ferry and I will definitely be back for some quiet moment (and whisky).
Tweedle Book Cafe is located at Sct. Gandia, Tomas Morato, Quezon City. It’s a quiet street so watch out for the teal gate so you won’t miss it.
Do you like Calligraphy or concept cafes? Share it with me, please.