Ariel Rubinstein's Atlas of Cafes where one can think
visited and photographed (362)
recommended, not yet visited (342)
click to zoom into a small box
ScopeThe atlas contains a list of cafés where "one can think". It complements the list at http://arielrubinstein.tau.ac.il/univ-coffee.html (about 50 of the recommended cafés appear on the paper-poster http://gametheory.tau.ac.il/cafe2013/ which is available on request.)
The criteria for my approval are very subjective. What matters to me is the atmosphere, lighting and noise level. The quality of the coffee is immaterial (in fact, I drink only Israeli instant coffee).
a café "visited and photographed" (I took all the pictures appearing in this atlas).
a café "nominated, not yet visited" (you are encouraged to send me more recommendations).
you can select a country from a menu of countries in which at least one café is located.
Click on a Café:When you click on a café icon, a window with the café's details will open (it will include a photo if I have visited it). When the window is closed, the focus will adjust to the city in which the café is located.
Selecting an area:
Click Then use the mouse to define a box by clicking the NW and SE corners.
Zooming:Double click to zoom in. Or, use the scale on the left to change the zoom. Drag the mouse to your destination..