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Coffee houses are a veritable institution in the Austrian capital Vienna - and are now officially recognized as such after being added to UNESCO's intangible...
Internet café
An Internet café or cybercafé is a place which provides Internet access to the public, usually for a fee. These businesses usually provide snacks and drinks, hence the café in the name. The fee for us...
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Manhwabang
Manhwabang is a kind of café in South Korea where people can read manhwas. Similarly, Japanese version of manhwabang is manga cafe.
Penny University
English coffeehouses, in the 17th and 18th centuries, were public social places where people would meet for conversation and commerce while drinking coffee. For the price of a penny, customers purchas...
Kopi tiam
A kopitiam or kopi tiam is a traditional coffee shop found in Southeast Asia, patronised for meals and beverages. The word kopi is a Malay/Hokkien term for coffee and tiam is the Hokkien/Hakka term f...
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Konditorei
Konditorei is the German word for a pâtisserie and confectionery shop. A Konditorei typically offers a wide variety of pastries and is like a little café. In Germany, Austria and Israel it is a very p...
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Viennese coffee house
The Viennese coffee house (German: Wiener Kaffeehaus) is a typical institution of Vienna that played an important part shaping Viennese culture.Since October 2011 the "Viennese Coffee House Cultur...
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Cafe church
The Cafe Church, a Christian church model that can be associated with alternative worship and the emerging church movements, seeks to find new forms and approaches to existing as a church in the 21st ...
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No-pan kissa
No-pan kissa (ノーパン喫茶, literally "no-panties cafe") is a Japanese term for cafes where the waitresses wear short skirts with no underwear. The floors, or sections of the floor, are often mirrored.
Cat café
A cat café is a theme café whose attraction is cats that can be watched and played with. Patrons pay a cover fee, generally hourly, and thus cat cafés can be seen as a form of supervised indoor pet re...
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Cannabis coffee shop
Coffeeshops are establishments in the Netherlands where the sale of cannabis for personal consumption by the public is tolerated by the local authorities.Under the drug policy of the Netherlands, the ...
Cannabis coffee shop - Wikipedia
Mamak stall
A mamak stall is a food establishment which serves mamak food.
The Malaysian Mamak are Tamil Muslims of Malaysian nationality, whose forefathers mostly migrated from South India to the Malay Penin...
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Forest Café
The Forest, also referred to as Forest Café, is an independent social centre and arts centre, located on Lauriston Place, central Edinburgh, Scotland.It is notable for being run by volunteers as a cha...
Forest Café - Wikipedia
IDT Megabite Cafe
IDT Megabite Cafe is considered the world's first kosher cybercafe.
IDT Megabite Cafe (aka "IDT Mega Bite Cafe") is located in the New York City Diamond District. Originally the internet café w...
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Net cafe refugee
Net café refugees (ネットカフェ難民, netto kafe nanmin), also known as cyber-homeless (サイバーホームレス, saibā hōmuresu), are a growing class of homeless people in Japan who do not own or rent a resi...
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Landtmann
Café Landtmann is a traditional Viennese café located on the Ringstraße at the corner of Lowelstraße 22 in the Innere Stadt first district in Vienna, Austria.
The café occupies the ground floor of...
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EasyInternetcafé
EasyInternetcafé (styled as easyInternetcafé) is a chain of Internet cafés and a unit of Stelios Haji-Ioannou's EasyGroup.It is Europe's largest chain of Internet cafés and is the holder of the record...
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Cyberia, London
Cyberia, London was the first internet café ever established, providing desktop computers with full Internet access in a café environment. Founded in 39 Whitfield Street, Fitzrovia London, in Septembe...
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The Blue Bottle Coffee House
The Blue Bottle coffee house was one of the first coffee houses in Europe. It was founded in 1686 in Vienna, Austria by Jerzy Franciszek Kulczycki as the Hof zur Blauen Flasche ("House under the Blue ...
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Compucade
Compucade was an early forerunner of the internet cafe, with 2 branches based in St Mary's, Southampton and Southsea Portsmouth (England) from the mid-80s to the mid-90s.The brainchild of Richard (Dic...
Sidewalk cafe
A sidewalk cafe (sometimes called a pavement cafe, or patio) is an outdoor part of a coffeehouse or cafe. This is an area where customers go to relax, dine, and socialize. Other activities at a sidewa...
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Aida (café)
Aida (sometimes spelled Aïda, with a diaeresis) is a franchise chain of 34 espresso bar and pastry shops (Café-Konditorei) based in Vienna Austria, with franchise outlets globally. They are also known...
Aida (café) - Wikipedia
Manga cafe
A manga café (漫画喫茶, マンガ喫茶, mangakissa, "kissa" being short for "kissaten" which means café or cafeteria) is a kind of café in Japan where people can read manga. People pay for the time they st...
Manga cafe - Wikipedia
ZubaBox
A ZubaBox is a solar-powered internet café developed by Computer Aid International. It is constructed from used shipping containers and consists of a Pentium 4 PC (3 GHz+, 3GB RAM, 80GB+ HDD), 11...
Ivar Matlaus
Ivar Matlaus Bokkafé is an anarchist literature café located in Trondheim, Norway. The book café is operated on an idealistic and collective basis, and specializes in underground and non-profit litera...
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The Binary Cafe
The Binary Café was an internet cafe which operated on Yonge Street in Toronto, Ontario from approximately June 1994 through December 1994. It is significant in that it was Canada's first internet ca...