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This Is What You Get When You Cross a Bank with a Cafe

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<span class="credit">[Photos: <a href="http://about.me/megjoneswall">Meg Jones Wall</a>]</span>
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In a few large cities, Capital One has opened bank/cafe hybrids, Capital One 360 Cafés, where customers can do the things they'd do at a bank and at a cafe, from performing various actions related to their bank accounts to guzzling caffeine while using free Wi-Fi. There's also free meeting space available for non-profit groups, bank staff on hand to answer questions about Capital One's digital tools, and partnerships with two local organizations aimed at helping students manage money and learn about entrepreneurship.

The first Boston location is now open in Back Bay — and Boston will be the first city to get multiple cafes, with others slated for Harvard Square, Coolidge Corner, and Downtown Crossing. The cafe part features Peet's Coffee & Tea products and merchandise. Here's a look inside.
· All coverage of Capital One 360 Cafe on Eater [~EBOS~]

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