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Kosher Timepiece Cafe?

cappucino | Jan 13, 201507:51 PM     19

Years ago on Long Island, there was a place called the Timepiece Cafe. You could take a board game, get a booth and play. They served food (not a kosher place), but the Orthodox couples who came there on dates would order sodas and listen to the live folk music that was playing in the corner. I understand why we don't have the live folk music, but why hasn't anyone in the kosher market come up with an idea like this. Lounge food, milkshakes, board games, booths. Wouldn't this be successful? I feel that all we have been offered are crayons on butcher paper ala Dougies. Anyway, just a thought.

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