DETROIT, MI - Have you ever imagined what it would be like if a bookstore and a cafe are combined with each other? Well, for coffee lovers who happen to love reading, these places may suitable for you.
1. Nandis Knowledge Cafe, 71 Oakman Blvd Highland Park.
At Nandis Knowledge Cafe, you will find a lot of books, art, as well as the chessboard along with the rustic interior that appealed to your eyes.
You can't help to play chess and read some books from their collection. If you are interested in poems, you can join the Poetry Night every Thursday at 9 p.m. Though they offer limited food on the menu, some are worth trying, like their fried fish and homemade chicken noodle soup.
2. Books A Million, 31150 Southfield Rd Beverly Hills.
Once you enter Books A Million, all the memories of the old bookstore will flood your mind with all the good vibes which hard to forget. They have some great deals, a nice selection of books, and also fun products. When you find it hard to have a book that you want, a worker will help you in no time. Inside the store, there is a coffee shop that you can stop by to read your newly bought book.
3. Cafe 1923, 2287 Holbrook St Hamtramck.
With a 90s cafe vibe, Cafe 1923 may remind you of Central Perk. This is the place to go if you are interested to know what is happening in the city as the residents often come by and share their stories with whoever will listen. They offer a fun selection of lattes and other specialty drinks along with varieties of pastries that can make the conversation more exciting.
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