Rather than piss off café owners as you sip on cold tea -- and hack away at your werewolf novel -- for seven hours, head to the anti-café café Ziferblat, a popular Russian/ Ukranian chain that just debuted in London. There, you're free to scarf down as many coffees, teas, and biscuits as you want/ can. The twist? Patrons pay by the minute (about five cents per sixty seconds). There’s also unlimited Wi-Fi, and a BYO ethos (using the kitchen to make your own grub's encouraged). All for up to five hours ($15 is the cap). Plus, with workshops and movie screenings, it sounds like a prime place to hit on some local talent.