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List of coffeehouse chains

This is a list of coffeehouse chains around the world. This list excludes the many companies which operate coffeeshops within retail establishments, notably bookstores and department stores, or restaurants or convenience stores which also serve coffee.

Contents

  • 0–9 1
  • A 2
  • B 3
  • C 4
  • D 5
  • E 6
  • F 7
  • G 8
  • H 9
  • I 10
  • J 11
  • K 12
  • L 13
  • M 14
  • N 15
  • O 16
  • P 17
  • R 18
  • S 19
  • T 20
  • U 21
  • V 22
  • W 23
  • Y 24
  • Z 25
  • See also 26
  • References 27

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The original Aroma Espresso Bar in Jerusalem (2006)

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The front of a Café A Brasileira coffee house in Braga, Portugal

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K

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See also

References

  1. ^ "1934 Prospectus". Western Daily Press. 1934. 
  2. ^ It was prominently reported in the Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette (7th November 1907) that Philip James Lloyd, tea merchant and dealer, former managing director of Lloyds Cadena Cafes Ltd for about 12 years, had gone bankrupt.
  3. ^ http://www.coffeeisland.gr
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