seitanguy Senior Member Joined: 5 Dec 2005 Posts: 67 Location: Vancouver, BC Expertise: I live coffee
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Posted Mon Aug 27, 2007, 11:40am Subject: Re: From the poorest postal code to the most expensive coffee by Mark Prince
I have seen the radio station cafe before, but never knew anything about it or went in. This article piqued my interest enough to stop by on Saturday, only to find that they are only open Monday to Friday. Just thought I would post it here as a heads-up to anyone else interested in checking them out. I looked in the window and it looks like an interesting shop. I'll be sure to stop by sometime later this week.
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