Residents of Yevpatoria are lively discussing on social networks the imminent closure of the cafe “Literaturne” (“Literary”), which was a cult place for citizens before the occupation. The quality of products has traditionally been the disparity of this institution, which is why a commercially successful cafe was one of the “business cards” of the resort and was one of the few places where local residents’ families willingly spent time.

However, the vast majority of the current discussion’s participants agreed that the quality of cafe’s products began to decline in 2015, and that such institutions have become completely unattractive in the current Crimea to “modern Russian tourists” who have “completely different tastes”.