We’ve been guilty of purchasing a small coffee and spending an entire day working remote at a Starbucks before. With the free bathrooms and WiFi, working in a coffeeshop is probably one of our preferred places to crunch out some editorial pieces like this beauty.
A new cafe in Brooklyn, however, won’t let you just lounge around all day just for buying a small drink. Williamsburg’s Glasshour charges customers $6 for the first hour they’re at the coffee shop and 10 cents for every minute after the first hour.
The model is similar to those of cyber cafes where you’re charged by the time rather than purchases, Grubstreet reports.
While you’re there, you can relax and play some board games, drink coffee or tea, and even get some free snacks.
Customer’s won’t be charged more than $24 bucks though. So think of it as a parking garage for your butt.