Annapolis restaurant's ‘No Wi-Fi' sign goes viral

- Many people are hoping to receive gadgets under the Christmas tree, but imagine going back to a time before cellphones and laptops.

A sign inside the Corner Café in Annapolis reads, “We do not have Wifi… Talk to each other. Pretend it’s 1995.”

With a simple wardrobe change, that is exactly what our friend Sarah Fraser did. She found that the restaurant is hardly a cellphone-free zone, but she was able to strike up conversations with those she met.

After the sign went viral, business is apparently booming at the Corner Cafe.

By the way, workers at the restaurant tell us they do have Wi-Fi. All you have to do is ask for the password.

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