You will be so surprised when you visit these weird Cafés in the world. Think out of normal Café and enjoy them:)
5. Pikachu Café
Japan already has loads of Pikachu- and Pokémon-themed products, whether that’s soft drinks, candy, or even curry. But typically, those simply have a Pocket Monster slapped on the labelling. The official Pikachu Cafe is a tad different. Located in Tokyo, the limited-time “Pikachu Cafe” will be servicing up Pikachu-themed eats that are supposed to look like the popular Pocket Monster.
4. Topless Café
Grand View Café was the only place in the world where you could order a cappuccino and crueller and have it served by a topless waiter or waitress. Grand View Topless Coffee Shop in Vassalboro, Maine, hit the headlines when it opened in 2009 for offering to serve customers semi-nude. However, due to a storm of protest in a small town, it has been forced to close.
3. Water Café
It’s quite weird when a Café serves water. However, it attracts a huge amount of customers because Molecule, aka the Water Café, is filtering New York City tap water down to its purest form.
2. Sewing Café
What do you think when you come to a café to have a drink but are taught to sew? Here it is. This is a social and inspirational place in which we could indulge in our passion for sewing. Make sewing as fun and accessible for everyone, from the true beginner to the super stitcherJ
1. Hell-themed Café
Le Café de L’Enfer was a Hell-themed café in Paris’ red light district (aka Pigalle, the neighborhood of the Moulin Rouge), created in the late 19th century and operating up ’til sometime around the middle of the 20th. The café, draped itself in the trappings of hell, its waiters dressed in devil costumes. Clients entered its doors through the gaping mouth of a monster, cut into the facade whose misshapen windows were set off by what seemed a kind of solidified primal ooze, within which the nude bodies of sinners were suspended.
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