As in Vienna and Paris, Armenians opened the first coffeehouse in London (1652). Pasqua Rosee opened the first coffeehouse in the city. Such was Rosee’s success that  tavern keepers protested that Rosee had no right to set up a business, since he was
not a freeman of the City. Rosee was forced out of the country, but the idea of the coffeehouse took hold.

As in Vienna and Paris, Armenians opened the first coffeehouse in London (1652). Pasqua Rosee opened the first coffeehouse in the city. Such was Rosee’s success that  tavern keepers protested that Rosee had no right to set up a business, since he was
not a freeman of the City. Rosee was forced out of the country, but the idea of the coffeehouse took hold.

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