Cars and Coffee, whats it all about then?
What originally started as a small weekly, early-morning meet in Irvine, California has turned into a worldwide phenomenon.
While the original event is now officially defunct, countless cities across America and Europe have jumped in to fill its place.
What makes Cars and Coffee (C&C for short) so attractive is that it isn’t some car club where you have to be a member to attend, you don’t have to drive a particular type of vehicle, it is open to the public, and it is free.
When arriving you’ll see all manners of individuals in the early morning hours.
Everyone from cyclists on their way for a Sunday morning ride to thise poor souls on their way to braving the retail park are likely to swing by for a brew, a butty and some quality conversation, and as the site fills, so do the distractions. Since this is a “come one, come all” kind of event attendees are likely to see classic rally cars sitting next to supercars, and importantly all points in between.
If you don’t own a car you think isnt worth showing don’t worry, because you’re not the only one.
There are plenty of people who go to these events as onlookers, who come for the coffee, the cars, and the camaraderie.
But if that is not enough of an incentive to get off the couch on any given Sunday morning, maybe the bacon butties will!