A coffee house is a kind of cafe where visitors can enjoy desserts and various drinks, mostly coffee and coffee drinks, and also grab the grain of the variety they like. The first coffee houses were opened in the Ottoman Empire in the 16th century, and already in the 17th century they appeared outside its borders. In Italy, the first coffee house was opened in Venice in 1647, and in England in 1652. By 1739 there were more than 500 coffee houses in London. In Russia, the first coffee houses were opened under Peter the Great and existed up to Soviet power. After that, they returned to Russia only in the early 90’s. According to statistics, more than 50% of the population of large Russian cities visit coffee houses at least once a week. Many residents of Tver love spending time in the city’s cafes. Since recently, on the streets you can find so-called “mobile coffee shops”. This is an excellent option for those who want to charge a delicious coffee without spending a lot of time.