This café is in many ways inspirational for the Creative
Café Project. It was a meeting place for artists. I’ve featured it in the
biography I’m writing of Clara Lehrs. She was a frequent visitor to this café
and she was, by race at least if not by religion, Jewish. At the time she was
visiting it in the 1920s it was a simple, plainly furnished place that offered
an uncomplicated menu. It was below her normal level of elegance: she
was at that time if not exactly wealthy a comfortably provided for widow.