[Tagging] Dutch cafes (was: What's a power=station?)

Peteris Krisjanis pecisk at gmail.com
Wed Jan 20 09:46:15 GMT 2010


> Cafe - Place to buy and consume light snacks and NON-Alcoholic Drinks
> (Tea, Coffee, Coke etc) on site. Usually Unlicensed.

Good luck finding one in Eastern Europe. Can't survive without selling
booze. Alcohol is essential for cafe to survive but otherwise it is
clearly cafe.

> Pub - Place to buy and consume Alcoholic Drinks on site, (may also
> retail Non-Alcoholic Drinks, Snacks and sometimes Food)

Mostly food and alcohol, but heavy influence of second one. Food
usually not so bad, but very expensive. But mostly I agree with
definition.

> Bar - Place to buy Alcoholic Drinks within a large establishment,
> maybe with a hotel, or holiday complex, may share its seating with
> other vendors.

Not only. Bars sometimes are single entities, combined with several
slot machines.

> The line is weather it sells Beer, or other Alcoholic Beverages,

Line to distuingish what?

> Peter.

Cheers,
also Peter :)




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