TheMagpie Café is a world famous fish and chip restaurant housed in a distinctive black and white building overlooking the harbour in the picturesque and historic port of Whitby. The dining room commands excellent views of the harbour, Abbey and St. Mary's Church. The Magpie Café has a long association with fishing and the shipping industry. It was built in 1750 as a Merchants House and during its history was for a time the pilotage where the pilots would wait for orders to bring vessels into the harbour. Long queues of eager customers waiting for a table at The Magpie are a common sight on the harbour side, laying testament to the quality of food on offer. In the busy summer months the restaurant is visited by more than a thousand customers every day.
TheBach is a great co-working place and chill-out lounge for the artists of Lipetsk, Russia. Its concept vision is based on modern art represented in the ambiance, people and interior design. The Bach inspires to meditate and create. That being said, The Bach is a classic cafe rather than a time club. Its classic character is emphasized through symphonic music played in the bar and the 18th century fashion clothing worn by waiters and barmen.