Alicia J. Brackel

Coffee shops are a familiar place to many. Each place is unique in both the taste of the coffee they serve and the environment. Coffee shops can range from well-known chains to local, one-of-a-kind shops. Different coffee shops often cater to different groups of people. Even though coffee shops differ in atmosphere and the groups of people they cater to, most are linked by what happens inside. Coffee shops have become more than just a place to get coffee. They have become places to meet with others, places to work or study, or just places to relax. They have become the third space, the place between work and home.

Works Cited

Banning, J., Clemons, S., McKelfresh, D., & Gibbs, R. (2010). Special places for students: Third place and restorative place. College Student Journal, 44 (4), 906-912.
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