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(Atlas Obscura)   For those just waking up, here are the 25 coffeehouses to visit before you die. Which you might do unless you get that first cup in you   (atlasobscura.com) divider line
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474 clicks; posted to Food » on 27 Jan 2022 at 8:55 AM (28 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-01-27 8:51:30 AM  
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2022-01-27 9:50:36 AM  
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2022-01-27 10:17:20 AM  
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Me die from lack of coffee? No.

Others? Good chance.
 
2022-01-27 8:19:06 PM  
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They farking put a Starbucks on there

But no Cafe Du Monde?
 
2022-01-27 2:12:53 PM  
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Fremont coffeehouse Seattle Washington
 
2022-01-27 2:54:50 PM  
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Rimsky's was doing espresso way back before it was common. Every table is decorated in honor of a different composer. The desserts are great. Be sure to visit the bathroom.

Founded by the same people who created the author-themed Sylvia Beach Hotel on the Oregon coast. In the Before Times we went every year on our anniversary.

CSB: I am comped for life at Rimsky's because when the Sylvia had an important anniversary there was nobody to put together a commemorative book of the notebooks left for customer comments. Goodie mentioned. I volunteered and spent four days locked in the Dr. Seuss Room with a scanner and an old copy of Pagemaker.
 
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