|Quiet, dark, non-descript caf� infiltrated by jungle-like plant overgrowth. It has the looks of a two-star European boutique hotel lobby, complete with sofa, piano, and goldfish tank. The menu includes wine, beer, sandwiches, and Middle Eastern food. Given their bar-in-a-Western-ghost-town feel, it's not clear how Imad Yaish has stayed in business since 1977. But there are infrequent visits by regulars. Worn wooden tables & benches with KCSM jazz on the radio. Using a very old Carimali Malvina machine, he produces a thin, medium brown crema in Pyrex drip coffee cups you could only find at garage sales in the 1970s. The flavor is woody and predominantly medicinal.