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Three-tree Cafe

Sitting in the middle of bustling Nanluoguxiang, Three-tree Cafe got its name from three Chinese scholar trees located in front of its door. The café is restored from a traditional courtyard, featuring the Chinese ancient architectural style. The interior of the café is themed with old time Beijing style, a combination of Chinese and western styles, trendy and nostalgic.

The three time-honored trees are no doubt the most recognizable signature of the café. The café itself is quite cozy, decorated with classic wooden chairs and tables, lotus-painted chandeliers, as well as the suspended vines in the corner. It is once-in-a-lifetime experience, sitting by the window, watching people passing by as the sunlight making its way inside. The café is a perfect retreat to chat with friends or just enjoy some private time.
Dining Options nearby:
Wenyu Cheese Store, Richang Restsaurant, Lajie Spicy Pot, Jiumen Snack, Yaoji Chaogan, Wangpangzi Lvrouhuoshao, Shaorouren, Baguobuyi, Xiongdi Chauncai.
Nearby Points of Interest:
Nanluoguxiang, Lama Temple, Confucius Temple, Fang Family Hutong, Drum and Bell Towers, Shichahai, Former Maodun Residence.
No.89 in Nanluoguxiang in Dongcheng District
Contact: 84019848
How to Get There:
Take bus No. 13, 118, 823 or 850 and get off at Nanluoguxiang Stop
Useful tips:
Only two cups per pot of tea available for drinking tea, if you want another cup, you have to pay another 10 Yuan.

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