A contemporary re-creation of a landmark 1920s coffeehouse (the original was razed by the Communists to make way for a theater), this spot is high on flapper flair. Everything from the light fixtures to the furniture was faithfully copied from the original interior. In summer the windows mechanically retract into the floor. The lofty ceilings provide pleasant, lilting acoustics, and the food isn't bad either. The menu has greatly expanded beyond coffee snacks to include
steak, fish, poultry, and pasta.