Travel·Posted on Jan 12, 2021These 18 Cafés Are Too Cool To Be Real, Yet Here They AreCaffeine and creativity go hand in hand.by Kristen HarrisBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. In Dubai, you can step into a 2-D world at Forever Rose Café. View this photo on Instagram @foreverrosecafe / Via instagram.com Everything in the café is meant to look hand drawn, so it's like being inside a sketch come to life. 2. At Cup o' Joe in Twin Lakes, Wisconsin, you can reserve time on the iconic orange couch from Friends. View this photo on Instagram @tmj4news / Via instagram.com The owners purchased one of Warner Bros' replicas of the original couch through a charity auction for a local children's hospital. 3. At Once Alike Coffee in Melbourne, you'll be served by Rocky the robot barista. View this photo on Instagram @oncealike / Via instagram.com Customers can order on the shop's app or website then watch him work his magic. 4. Draughts is a board game-themed café located in a graffiti tunnel in London. View this photo on Instagram @draughtslondon / Via instagram.com The café offers more than a thousand unique board games visitors can play. 5. The Note Coffee in Hanoi, Vietnam, is decorated with notes written by people who are from all around the world. View this photo on Instagram @thenotecoffee / Via instagram.com Guests leave messages for future visitors on colorful sticky notes. 6. At Thanks Nature Café in Seoul, you can hang out with sheep. View this photo on Instagram @thanks_nature_cafe_ / Via instagram.com It's similar to a cat café, only you'll meet lambs instead of cats. 7. In Tokyo, Negative Cafe and Bar Mori Ouchi has cabinlike solo booths designed to be the perfect pessimist getaway. View this photo on Instagram http://@cafebar.moriouchi / Via instagram.com The café brands itself as a refuge for negative people. It's also known for its extremely long and oddly specific cocktail names, such as "The Only Good Thing About My Dad Was That He Was an Earnest Person, But 22 Years Ago He Suddenly Disappeared, Leaving Behind a Letter That Said 'Pegasuses are Real'." 8. In Los Angeles, Carrera Café will print a custom picture on your coffee. View this photo on Instagram @carreracafe / Via instagram.com The images are created with the café's Ripple Maker, a high-tech latte art printer. 9. You can quite literally have breakfast at Tiffany's at the Blue Box Café in New York City. View this photo on Instagram @littlemsfoodie / Via instagram.com Located inside Tiffany's flagship store, the café enables fans of the brand to follow in Audrey Hepburn's footsteps. 10. In Paris, Shakespeare and Company Café is located inside a century-old bookstore. View this photo on Instagram @shakespeareandcocafeparis / Via instagram.com The shop has been part of Paris's literary landscape for more than a hundred years, and the café was finally added in 2015. 11. Purple 7 Café in Quezon City, Philippines, is completely BTS-themed. View this photo on Instagram @gisilgslgiselle / Via instagram.com The café features K-pop memorabilia from the owner's personal collection as well as an exclusive merchandise shop. 12. Rudimentary in Melbourne is constructed out of three shipping containers. View this photo on Instagram @_rudimentry_ / Via instagram.com The containers are a symbol of the café's commitment to sustainability as well as the nearby ports. 13. In Anaheim, California, Requiem is a fully immersive fantasy café that has its own lore. View this photo on Instagram @requiemcoffee / Via instagram.com You can enjoy your drink inside a fairy tree, on a legendary throne, or within one of the café's other magical nooks. 14. Hobbit Café is a little piece of the Shire right in Houston. View this photo on Instagram @hobbitcafe / Via instagram.com Since it opened in 1972, this Tolkein-inspired café has serving everything from brunch to Bilbo-approved beer. 15. Phu Finn in Chiang Mai, Thailand, is on the lake — literally. View this photo on Instagram @phufinn / Via instagram.com You can enjoy your food on a hammock hanging over the lake or even have a picnic in the sand. 16. The Hanoi Bus Cafe in Vietnam is built inside a refurbished bus. View this photo on Instagram @phggggg15 / Via instagram.com The tables and chairs are made from recycled tires and buckets. 17. Guests are encourage to draw on the tables and paint on the fountains at Backyard Brew in Palo Alto, California. View this photo on Instagram @alwaysdte / Via instagram.com The outdoor café also allows patrons to display their own artwork. 18. And finally, Disaster Café in Lloret de Mar, Spain, offers a simulated earthquake with every order. View this photo on Instagram @laxmii_sbdr / Via instagram.com The café's underground floor shakes with the magnitude of a 7.8 earthquake.