Coffee News is the world’s largest restaurant publication that features the week’s  funniest and most unusual news stories, jokes, trivia, amazing facts, and more. Created in 1988 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, the paper has expanded into 10 Countries around the World. Look for your copy at select Restaurants, Coffee Shops and places where people wait. While your reading your Coffee News, don’t forget to look for the Coffee News Guy!

Who is this Coffee News Guy?
He doesn’t have a name—he’s just the Coffee News Guy—but you know him. His cheerful, waving self is in the front of the crowd at the top of every edition of every Coffee News, no matter the city, country, or language. He looks good in tan. He’s usually hidden somewhere else in the paper, and if you find him, you might win a prize pack from your local publisher. The cartoon version of the Coffee News Guy represents what Coffee News always has been about: he’s cheerful, he’s friendly, he’s funny.

He offers a break from a busy lifestyle and negative news, giving readers the brief distraction of interesting tidbits, quotes, jokes, and uplifting predictions about their own lives. The Coffee News Guy knows all this. That’s why he’s smiling and waving. Welcome to the family. Enjoy.




July 31/2017:  Reader – Nascar Race Winner:

“Hi Walter, Thanks again so very much for the opportunity to take in the Nascar races this weekend.  It was great fun and four of us went both nights, getting full use of the tickets. Herman never showed up so we could not thank him also.  The BBQ dinner was very yummy, reserved seats were awesome, specified parking was great, and we felt pretty spoiled!!

So much appreciated and again, we love your Coffee News!!  (even more now than before). I hope you enjoyed your golf, while we were out at the races cheering, needling each other as to who would win, and watching people around us that had far too much to drink.  When we left for the night, there was a huge line-up on the road, and we witnessed police having pulled over a vehicle and a man in handcuffs.  So that was the end of our night and we safely traveled home arriving safely there in one hour.

Thank you and have a good week”

Darlene Opdendries