New rider on the bus

I’ve made every single coffee coming out of the HB bar since day 1 (Minus a few coffees made by some of my talented friends pulling rockstar shifts : Matt Perger, Eileen PK, Jarrad Sharrock, Huw Murdock, love you guys!) but now that we have an extra 15 seats, taking the total seat count to […]

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This is where we at

Holybelly is the business school we’ve never been to. Every single day at HB is a new lesson. The way I look at it there is no one way to run a business but only your way, doing what feels right every turns of the road. I was going to write a lengthy blog post […]

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HB is hiring

Summer break is coming to an end so it’s time for us to start hiring some new faces for this upcoming year. If you’ve been following what’s going on at HB you’ll know that our dear Rachel moved back home and that our front-of-house-trooper from day 1, ML is moving to the back-of-the-house with Sarah […]

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If it ain’t broke…

We all know the saying “if it ain’t broken, don’t fix it” and I, personally, am a big fan of that saying. If it works, if people like it, if it tastes good, don’t change a thing. Routine doesn’t have to be a rude word. Consistency, which matters to me more than anything else, is […]

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We got mugs!

We always wanted mugs for Holybelly but for some reason it didn’t feel quite right to get them right away. I think having your branded mugs on opening day can look rather tacky. People don’t know who you are, what you’re up to, why would they want to fork 12 euros for your mugs or […]

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No mo Wednesdays

The timing turned out to be pretty great. We opened in October, giving us a solid 3 months to tweak Holybelly, fixing it as we went, making it slightly better, more efficient and a more enjoyable experience for you guys. Now 2014 just kicked in, a clean cut, a new starting point, an occasion for […]

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Hitting the halfway mark

September! Wow, that came fast! Well things are moving along nicely at Holybelly. Tiles are down, walls have been neatly covered, kitchen is getting installed, electricity and water are brand spanking new and we are getting a little bit more psyched everyday. Seriously, just walking in the space and seeing what we’ve modeled in 3D […]

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The super slow month of August

Paris in August is like a French spin-off of “The Walking Dead”, minus the flesh eating zombies that is. Empty streets, closed shops, not a sound… Everybody’s gone down south to get a tan, cashing on those 5 weeks of paid holidays they fought so hard for. France is already a pretty slow moving country […]

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