Caffeine Oasis in a Wayward Urban Desert

The Tunisian Cafe, Part II

by Wanda Waterman
Volume 23 Issue 19 2015-05-08

“Hospitality means primarily the creation of free space where the stranger can enter and become a friend instead of an enemy.”

– Henri J.M. Nouwen

La Boheme Salon de Thé in Manouba has become our second home, our watering hole, our workplace, and our conference centre, the place where we meet friends, celebrate milestones, hammer out goals, resolve disagreements, watch soccer, or just bask in the radiance of a contented clientele and a congenial staff . . . (Read the rest here.)

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Perky waitress Amira makes an espresso.
Day manager Iheb, flanked by waitresses Ghofrane and Fatima
Day manager Iheb, flanked by waitresses Ghofrane and Fatima
Night manager Hichem checks his messages while presiding over the cash register.
Night manager Hichem checks his messages while presiding over the cash register.
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