Coffee O’Clock has always tried to provide cultural stimuli and as such, is an ideal place for curious minds.
• Exhibition space
An area of the café is dedicated to abstract art exhibitions
and over the years, has hosted the works of numerous artists, thanks to, in particular, a lengthy collaboration with the ArtCamera photography club.
Take a look at the archive!
The exhibition space is now dedicated to the display of the best photographs produced by the photo association Imago
Some magazines and local, national and international newspapers are on display and available for reading. (Unfortunately, we have reluctantly had to stop providing certain magazines, for example, Airone and National Geographic as they were “too popular” and were regularly stolen after only a short time on the shelves…).
• Wireless Internet
At Coffee O’Clock, there is a wireless network which can be used at very reasonable rates. If you do not have a laptop, you can just as easily use one of the two computers installed with the operating system Linux.