Glasgow hasn’t seen anything like this before! The Pink Inc Cafe has to be one of a kind. Perhaps the first of many? Well, that would be just fine! How can I describe it? Where should I begin? I’ll start with the decor. Basically, pink and cute and feminine. It’s the kind of place you’d come for afternoon tea. With the girls. Leave the fellas at home. They wouldn’t be into this. Not by a long shot.
The decor isn’t the only thing that’s cute here. The menu is pretty cool. It offers cute stuff like cakes and pancakes. It’s the place to go if you’re a very feminine and girly vegan. You will definitely not feel left out. Who would have thought that Shawlands in Glasgow would come up with something like this? Did I mention that you can buy flowers here? I’ve heard of cafes doubling up as chocolate shops recently. But a cafe cum florist? The Pink Inc Cafe has to be a first.
If you’re looking for a special background for that wonderful selfie you’re planning to post, this could be it. The Pink Inc Cafe. In Shawlands. Glasgow. It appears to have function space too. Baby showers and hen parties, here we come. There’ll probably be birthday parties too. Girly ones. You can meet the fellas in the pub later. Can’t you tell I’m totally smitten with the place?
Girls, if you’re located in or around Shawlands, Glasgow and you haven’t done so already, there’s something I’d like you to do. Check out this little gem of a cafe. But only in the company of your girlfriends. Or your mum. Leave the boyfriend/brother/dad at home. They won't appreciate being awash in a sea of femininity. I didn’t think I’d like it either. But I did. The colour pink must have mood-lifting qualities. The Pink Inc Cafe will give you your fix of all things bright and girly. You’ll love it.
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