[Tagging] Dutch cafes (was: What's a power=station?)
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
> 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
> 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
> The line is weather it sells Beer, or other Alcoholic Beverages,
Line to distuingish what?
also Peter :)
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