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I stopped into a cafe I'd read about online called <a href="http://www.wearetbc.com/">The Book Club</a> for lunch. It was charming with its mismatched furniture and artsy vibe, though I feared that in the end it might be a bit twee (and this from a man wh

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Originally appeared in London Design Festival: Day 2
on September 21, 2011
I stopped into a cafe I&#039;d read about online called &lt;a href=&quot;http://www.wearetbc.com/&quot;&gt;The Book Club&lt;/a&gt; for lunch. It was charming with its mismatched furniture and artsy vibe, though I feared that in the end it might be a bit twee (and this from a man wh
I stopped into a cafe I'd read about online called The Book Club for lunch. It was charming with its mismatched furniture and artsy vibe, though I feared that in the end it might be a bit twee (and this from a man whose outfit was compared to Sherlock Holmes about a half hour before). My concerns were allayed when my delicious lamb shank arrived and they played Dire Straits' "Sultans of Swing" twice!

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