Location, location, location

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As the coffee houses in Royal Oak multiply like so many hyper-caffeinated rabbits, Brazil retains its historic position on Main Street, occupying a prime location in the heart of the town. With an active sidewalk seating area, as well as a bevy of comfortable couches inside, the space encourages patrons to take time out to smell the coffee. That's a good thing, too, as the service is notoriously slow.

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