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Cafe YAWN

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Malan And Zosie
Malan And Zosie
March 18, 2017
Cafe Yawn inspires just the opposite, with a selection of hand-dripped coffee (beans from Panama and Ethiopia were offered on our most recent visit) and excellent espresso.
Jonathan And Mary
Jonathan And Mary
August 10, 2016
咖啡馆的哈欠激励正好相反,选择一个手滴咖啡(从巴拿马和埃塞俄比亚豆在我们最近一次访问中提供)和优秀的意大利浓咖啡。

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9 S Haven St
Baltimore, MD 21224
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Wednesday 12:00 AM