When coffee came into Germany in the 17th century, the cafes were known as “coffee gossip” at that time, because women often talked about Goethe, Beethoven, baby and scandals, and Dylan Thomas was died in tavern because of drinking. one way valve heard that the French Revolution was deemed to be planned in a café.
In fact, those 20th century writers almost have the same hobbies: eavesdropping and snoop. Cafes and taverns as a gathering place for all ages at that time, those strange anecdotes comes from the mouth of stranger, but for writers, these strange anecdotes are the ready-made creative material for them. Jim Jarmusch, an independent American film director, in his verbal diarrhoea film “Coffee and Cigarettes”, it told about 11 independent stories are also happening in cafes. Perhaps the most interesting of these is Iggy Pop and Tom Waits use the way of smoking to celebrate the success of quitting smoking at a café of California.
Beryl Markham wrote in the “West with the Night”: "London's pubs or Paris’s bistro – beer hall, cafes, tavern, hotels -- whatever it called, they are the holy places which for people to speechified universe, and enhance their friendship. Sitting next to the teapot, and among the drinking people, there are not many words, and it's rare to let this drowsiness world be inspired at the next morning. The playing of music was lost along with the vanishing time, and the words died with the dust and were carefully swept away.