Cafe Kazmiranda may just suit you, we certainly enjoyed it.You don't mind the walk up the alleyway, and are not looking for a "window" on the main street to pose at.
You don't mind walking through an Alladdin's cave of mainly guitars hanging from all parts of the musicgallery with customers doing their best "smoke on the water" and other such ditties as they assess their potential purchases.
You don't mind the climb up the stairs to the second floor, following the sound of live music.
You don't mind the odd bit of communal tabling, and musicians playing instruments/singing for your enjoyment.
You enjoy good coffee/ tea served in vintage china.
You don't mind the odd bagatelle board lying about on the table.
And you are not allergic to old bakelite radios of which there must be 30 or 40 around the shelves.