This resto has a used bookstore in the back. You can browse and buy books while they make your lunch choice. The tables are set in little nooks here and there, so it's a charming place to go for coffee or lunch. They even have gluten-free bread though not a brand I enjoy. It's a coffeehouse atmosphere and as that, they have poetry readings, and music, mostly in the evenings. It's a converted old post office.
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