Coffee Shop That Reinvents ‘Takeout Coffee’ Service
Located in one of the smallest commercial spaces in Montreal, Canada, next to a subway station—coffee shop ‘La Distributrice’ (The Distribution) reinvents the traditional takeout coffee service.
The tiny takeaway coffee shop is devoid of chairs and tables for customers to rest—rather, it’s just a cabin that lets baristas make and serve you your cups of caffeine, which you can directly pickup while on the street.
Customers can order through the counter window, and after their coffees are made they can just take-off immediately.
Appearing to be similar, however slightly different, to street coffee carts and drive-thrus, La Distributrice offers the baristas a more cosy and comfortable environment (happy workers are better workers), and a more quaint way to get your coffee while on-the-go.
[via The Dieline]
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