Silvia, who works with me, introduced this cafe to me in case if I visit Austin again (Thank you, Silvia!). Lately, hang around in Austin seems a routine as we love the city’s vibrant and youthful culture.
Bennu Coffee was a kind of relaxed library in a cafe setting, reminding me of my university library where I studied and worked. It was as quiet as a library so one even might feel bad chatting inside the coffee shop.
Bennu Coffee (2001 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Austin) is open 24 hours as you might have noticed on its sign and as exactly I had wished during my school years that I had one like this where you could feel the sense of kinship, sharing a feeling of both agony and accomplishment over study and assignments with other students at late night.
One interesting thing was the power outlets coming down from the ceiling. It was my first time seeing such a cute idea. (But, ironically enough, I am at my next cafe posting place where I see this kind of power outlets again. Maybe I am so used to Starbucks Coffee.)
I would love to try Bennu Coffee when I had some serious workload and if I lived nearby. If you need a serious talk, I wouldn’t recommend this place as it will be as if you endlessly chat in your university library. 🙂