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Lattinian
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Posted Sat Oct 27, 2012, 8:13pm
Subject: Calgarians: decent Coffees-for-study
 

Hello everyone,

I am new to Calgary (grad student at UofC). I'm big fan of quiet coffees (no loud music) with free wifi.
Just looking for places to study/surf the web for 2/3 hours. Preferably those quiet ones and open till midnight..

Any recommendations?

I would prefer in the NW area if there is any.


Thanks,
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Posted Sat Oct 27, 2012, 9:11pm
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Can't help (sorry), but here's some background: "Looking for 24/7 Calgary Coffee Shop, w/ Wifi"
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Posted Sun Nov 4, 2012, 2:17am
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Have you tried Central Blends?

They're located just off of 19th street and 1st ave NW.

I used to live 2 blocks away and used to go there all the time while I was studying back in the 1990's. I have some very fond memories of that place.

They used to sell a beverage called a "Shaker", which is just a Canadiano, or a "Cowboy"... A double shot of espresso mixed in with the house coffee.

Although, I ordered it iced, sweetened with some cream in it... I would typically drink four of them and pull an all-night cramming session afterwards.
(From a health perspective, I don't recommend doing that..)

 
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