The fragrance of coffee fills your nose when you walk in through the doors, the old wooden floors creak with age and the cozy interior with the old oil heater on which a pot of coffee sits all reflect the years Brahms has been through. Located near the Anguk intersection, Brahms has a strong ‘80s vibe. A student couple opened the place in ‘85 and named it after their favorite composer and pianist, Johannes Brahms. The management has changed since then but literary intellectuals, critics and artists still frequent this location. Items on the menu include coffee, red ginseng latte and date tea made with Korean dates. While the drinks themselves lack personality, we say Brahms is still worth a visit.