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Sade Café: A place to enjoy coffee, share musical talents

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The cash register at Sade Café. (Photo: Thekra Aladwan/Jordan News)
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AMMAN — Sade Café, tucked away in Jabal Amman, delivers great roasted coffee in a charming setting. It is currently under the new management of Shehadeh Musa, who welcomes all customers to his café with great enthusiasm. اضافة اعلان

There is live music: guitar, oud, and a DJ with local talents performing at the café three times a week, including Thursday nights.

Sade continues to look for talented musicians, be they old or young, to share their voices and music. Those interested in taking advantage of the great opportunity to show their talent should contact the manager. 

Musa told Jordan News: “Sade Café is a coffee-house that serves a variety of coffee flavors, as well as food and beverages.”

“It is a comfortable and quiet spot with a friendly environment in the morning, making it the ideal place for studying, working online, or holding meetings. In the evenings, we host local musicians and artists to create an atmosphere of enjoyment, so it is a great spot to spend time with friends and family,” he said.

“Through my residence in Jabal Amman, I noticed that there are many talented people, some of whom did not have the opportunity to display their talent, so I decided to make the café the place that hosts talents as much as possible,” Musa added.

“It is very easy to apply to sing or play oud, guitar, or perform as a DJ. To become a member of the café family, all you have to do is contact me or come to the café.”

The café design is inspired by Arabic calligraphy and expressive drawings. According to Musa, this is done to reflect “the magnificent Arabic art.”

“I always come to Sade Café to learn the Arabic language. The atmosphere is quite pleasant, and the people are polite and helpful. So, I can make new acquaintances,” said Caroline Faluhelyi, a foreign student, in an interview with Jordan News.

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