With the changing times, reading is something we have put behind us. We simply just don’t spend time with books, we often read snippets on social media. However, it’s time we brought back reading; let’s make it something we absolutely need to do! Here are six book cafes in Pune where you can pick up a book and just start with it!
Pagdandi Book Café | Baner
The most popular name in the list, Pagdandi Book Café is located in Baner and should be your first stop. Quaint ambience, comfortable seating, and simple yet delicious food, Pagdandi Book café feels almost like home when you pick up a book and find a cozy spot!
Coffee Nation | Law College Road
This popular coffee shop on Law College Road gets several regulars occupying their reading seats within the café. Artsy décor, affordable comfort food, and simply astounding coffee, Coffee Nation is a perfect stop for book lovers. Their mini-library is curated with an amazing book collection as well.
Fat Cat’s Café | Salunke Vihar
Located on Salunke Vihar Road, this cozy café is a heaven for bibliophiles with a sweet tooth. Along with being pet-friendly, they also have a really good book collection for you to explore, especially during lazy Puneri afternoons.
Waari Book Café | Kothrud
Kothrud now has its very own book café! A popular place among college students as well as bibliophiles, Waari Book Café is the perfect place to unwind, grab a book and dive into a gripping story. If not, it’s perfect for meet-ups as well as working!
The Munching Route Café | Baner
Whenever you’re in Baner, make sure to stop by The Munching Route Café. A cup of coffee along with any of the exciting names in their book collection will entice you enough to revisit this place. A perfect destination for readers!
Manmauji Café | Viman Nagar
Viman Nagar has all the opportunities for chilling, and Manmauji Café is a name which gets several excited nods. Equipped with hammocks rather than chairs, this place has a serious collection of books. A one-stop for chilling and reading!
Happy week and happier reading, Pune!