Customers in the café are waited on by blind people. “The time in the café passes in a different way, I had the feeling that I had been there for about half an hour,” said Jiřina Bohdalová after ten minutes. Then she got a nice mug with the logo of Světluška, an endowment fund helping the blind. Then came the surprise of the day when Aneta Langerová sang in the café.
The taste of the coffee becomes more prominent
Try and taste coffee in the dark. All those who took part in the opening day claim that it was only there that they realized how good coffee is. The price of the coffee as 100 CZK and the money goes to Světluška fund. The organizers then use it to pay for various projects for the blind.
Café on wheels
The director of Světluška fund Martina Kaderková announced that for the first time the Café in the Dark will travel to other regions. “It is a blacked out bus, which will be baptised on 19th June in Prague. Praguers will have the opportunity to visit the bus until 21st June. Then we are going to head for Brno, Ostrava, Písek and other towns. We will travel across the country until autumn,” said Ms. Kaderková.