In some cities of Russia, the most interesting establishments have already opened - anti-cafes, which are radically different from ordinary cafes. The principle of operation of such an institution makes you want to go there and taste a new, unusual atmosphere for an ordinary cafe.
The traditional and well-known cafe is a place to consume a variety of food and drink. Waiters are constantly scurrying around there, loud music is playing, and the air is literally saturated with cigarette smoke. You need to plan a trip to a cafe in advance, having previously calculated the approximate costs for gatherings, ordering several dishes. It just so happened that in Russia it is not customary to spend half a day in a cafe over a cup of coffee, chatting with friends on social networks.
It's hard to imagine a cafe without waiters and music. The opened anti-cafes (being place) represent a new format of establishments that are intended exclusively for cultural leisure, recreation, meetings and work. Expensive and refined dishes, alcoholic drinks are not served here. The anti-cafe menu includes free coffee, tea, biscuits and chocolate. By the way, any food can be brought with you or ordered in another place with delivery.
So what, then, is the income of anti-cafe? The main source of income is the payment per minute for staying in this institution. The cost is about one and a half rubles per minute or ninety rubles per hour and is in great demand among freelancers, because anti-cafe has free WiFi access, among business people (for training and negotiations), young people who play board games.
For greater convenience and maximum comfort, the anti-cafe is divided into several main zones: for creativity (here you can sculpt, draw, design and knit), for board games and communication (backgammon, chess, checkers and others), an area for games in the x-box and the meeting room. The main prohibitions against anti-cafe are smoking in the establishment, alcohol and gambling for money.
To organize such an institution, you will need a large and bright room, a set of board games, furniture, the Internet and polite staff.