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    So in texas i would go to bookstores,and cafe's and just hang out...are there any cool..low key places here that arent very crowded..just somewhere to hang out and not be bothered and just read a book or something...

    other than starbucks and barnes and noble and big places like that..im looking for like a hole in the wall kinda place...
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    Try the Upstart Crow in Downtown, Seaport Village. There are a few others, but that is a great spot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SWOsgirlSanDiego View Post
    Try the Upstart Crow in Downtown, Seaport Village. There are a few others, but that is a great spot!
    awsome ill check that out..
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    awsome ill check that out..
    Oh. Cafe Lu Lu downtown. It doesn't have books, but it is still a cool coffe shop. And and Living Room Cafes will work as well.
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    I go to Claire De Lunes all the time its exactly what your discribing.
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    I second The Living Room!

    My favorite location is the one in Point Loma. It's an old converted Victorian (?) home with several rooms and nooks upstairs. I used to go there nearly every day after work to study. The baristas were super friendly and honestly didn't care how long you stayed--no pressure. That was about 5 years ago (before I moved), but as far as I know they're still there.

    There's a great neighborhood coffeehouse in University Heights called Twiggs. They have an annex next door with live music most nights of the week.

    Cafe 976 in PB is nice, too.
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    awsome!thanks guys...ill google these places and check them out...sometimes i get bored and just wanna go somewhere,read a good book and chill..
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    Quote Originally Posted by cali View Post
    I second The Living Room!

    My favorite location is the one in Point Loma. It's an old converted Victorian (?) home with several rooms and nooks upstairs. I used to go there nearly every day after work to study. The baristas were super friendly and honestly didn't care how long you stayed--no pressure. That was about 5 years ago (before I moved), but as far as I know they're still there.
    ohh that sounds awsome..im so excited to check all these places out..

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