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Fueled by 1,3,7-trimethylxanthine, more affectionately known as caffeine, Shakespeare penned the greatest words the English language has ever known. The cafe's place in Renaissance England was as much a public meeting place as it was a font of bountiful inspiration for the Bard. William Shakespeare would be found in the cafe from sunrise to late into the night. He would stake out a table in the back to observe the rich pagentry of life, consult with friends and theatre colleagues, flirt with coffee mavens who would refill his coffee cup often. He was fond of rich, dark java, the beans of which were brought from the farthest reaches of the earth. Keeping true to his words: "So all my best is dressing old words new" the Bard, took what was commonplace and elevated human thought and emotions to celestial heights...
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