Cafe Momus

★★★★☆

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The best part about this place is that it's huge, and there is always plenty of room for private seating. I always thought the drinks there were just normal, nothing special. I believe they have a non smoking section, too. In general, I'd recommend it as a place for college students to hold meetings or study, or just as a place to meet a friend.

4
★★★★☆

The best part about this place is that it's huge, and there is always plenty of room for private seating. I always thought the drinks there were just normal, nothing special. I believe they have a non smoking section, too. In general, I'd recommend it as a place for college students to hold meetings or study, or just as a place to meet a friend.

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The design is artful, inside and out. The owners built Momus using ideas from coffee houses they'd seen in Europe and Seattle. The result is a coffee house that was meant to be a coffee-house from its inception, not a store-front in some generic shopping plaza. The location is quirky and yet convenient, located about four blocks south of the University of Akron in the Spicertown arts district, a couple of blocks from the Don Drumm Studios and Gallery complex and the Artists of Rubber City (ARC) Gallery.

It's basically a Tudor-style two-story loft, with a library/public conference room with a fireplace, that anyone can use, free of charge. They also have free events, including booksignings with big-name talent.

PROS: They have free WI-FI, cheap coffee: ($1.07, and a free refill)
CONS: None, really. Even parking is excellent--free and plentiful.

5
★★★★★

The design is artful, inside and out. The owners built Momus using ideas from coffee houses they'd seen in Europe and Seattle. The result is a coffee house that was meant to be a coffee-house from its inception, not a store-front in some generic shopping plaza. The location is quirky and yet convenient, located about four blocks south of the University of Akron in the Spicertown arts district, a couple of blocks from the Don Drumm Studios and Gallery complex and the Artists of Rubber City (ARC) Gallery.

It's basically a Tudor-style two-story loft, with a library/public conference room with a fireplace, that anyone can use, free of charge. They also have free events, including booksignings with big-name talent.

PROS: They have free WI-FI, cheap coffee: ($1.07, and a free refill)
CONS: None, really. Even parking is excellent--free and plentiful.

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This cafe near the University of Akron is a popular hangout for students and community. It is roomy, reasonably priced, and they offer a limited menu of tasty light meals and snacks. The smoking section is upstairs, which keeps the downstairs fairly smoke-free and comfortable.

PROS: Comfortable, reasonable prices, good coffee
CONS: during school year (U of A) often very crowded

3
★★★☆☆

This cafe near the University of Akron is a popular hangout for students and community. It is roomy, reasonably priced, and they offer a limited menu of tasty light meals and snacks. The smoking section is upstairs, which keeps the downstairs fairly smoke-free and comfortable.

PROS: Comfortable, reasonable prices, good coffee
CONS: during school year (U of A) often very crowded

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