The Conservatory is a weird little dark place with brick walls, pokèmon-themed latte specials, bookcases, and vintage tchotchkes of things like skulls and old film cameras. If you’re not caught here during one of their movie screening/life-drawing/game night events, it’s a surprisingly peaceful spot to grab an iced mocha and get through your workload (there’s wifi). If you drive, save time for parking--it’s not great over there.
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