La Cafe du Coin d'en Bas de la Rue du Bout de la Ville d'en Face du Port... La Java
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La Cafe du Coin d'en Bas de la Rue du Bout de la Ville d'en Face du Port... La Java information
The word 'eccentric' must have been coined to describe the extraordinary and insanely named cafe. Think part-museum, part–toy-shop and a work of art from an ever-so-slightly-twisted mind. Traditional French accordion music plays in the background and the beady eyes of hundreds of dolls and puppets keep watch from shelves and alcoves in the walls. Customers sit on swings, not chairs.
Even the opening times are odd: it opens at 8.51am on the dot during the week and 9.31am on weekends. And the drinks? Ah, well they're actually quite sane – 100 different kinds of coffee and a quality beer range.