Put away your smartphone and tablets!
Talk face-to-face, play some board games, and connect with one another.That's the message from 3 & Up Lounge in Plymouth.
Angela Space is co-founder of the lounge. She says she and her husband got the idea from a board game cafe in Toronto, which is a popular cafe style in many countries around the world but hasn't caught on in the U.S.
"We've morphed the idea of a board game cafe where you sell sandwiches, grilled cheese and coffee, and really turn it more into a lounge where people first and foremost connect with each other, and secondarily playing together, having fun, laughing and learning," says Space.
Space says people were a little skeptical at first when they walked in the door, but the cafe has invented some funny ways of persuading people to put away their phones and tablets.
"We have an anti-wifi zone. We let people boo each other," says Space.
* Listen to the interview with Angela Space above.