Coffee x Antique: The Name Pretty Much Says It All

By That's Beijing, November 13, 2017

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Do we even need to write a description for this? The name says it all: coffee, antiques. The space next to the old American Apparel in Nali Patio (RIP) now houses old leather sofas, coffee tables and cabinets. It also serves third-wave coffee, because who doesn’t these days? Ironically for a furniture shop, the decor is pretty bare. But we’ll give them points for letting us sit on their furniture, undisturbed, for as long as we wanted. 

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