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Hadley's Cafe
by Becky Tan

For two nights Hadley’s hosted ScareCity, the live performance by Canadian Peggy Anne Berton. It’s a popular place, located around the corner from the former Grindel cinema and across the street from Michael Ripke’s First English-Language Videothek. Buses 4 and 5 stop just a few steps away from Hadley’s. There is a wide, inviting bar and tables on the ground floor as well as on an over-hanging indoor balcony. A wide range of drinks are available: an assortment of coffees, tea, cocoa, soft drinks, juices, beer, wine, champagne, and hard drinks. Breakfast for Euro 3,50 to 14,20 is served 10:00-15:00, except Sundays when between11-14:00 there is a breakfast buffet for Euro 16,50. Light lunches and evening snacks that are served include quiche, sandwiches, bagels, salad, chilli, soup, and all kinds of homemade cake, from Euro 2,80 o 6,20. Groups of 10 or more can reserve a long, candle-lit table loaded with delicious goodies, Euro 8,50 per person.

Opens at 10:00, Mon-Sat, and 11:00 on Sun. Café Hadley’s, Beim Schlump 84a, 20144 Hamburg.