As promised I took a trek back to The Living Room Café and Hookah Lounge. The establishment is located on the second floor of the café. Upon arrival you will notice the open patio sitting that overhangs the street or the indoor arrangements with a back window view. If you are seeking to watch the street traffic and happenings of people making their ways to bars and clubs you might want to make your way to the patio. On a Friday night it may take a while to find a place to sit in this popular destination. The available options of shisha (flavored tobacco) flavors are plentiful with everything from your non-traditional mixtures to your more common types like spearmint. At a price of $35 for the hookah and a bottle of wine you will not be disappointed. Do not expect the wine to be vintage or the seats to be sparkling new for the price. However, the atmosphere offers plenty of opportunities for people to socialize and get to know each other. The hookah is a natural talism
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