Dream Cafe, a startup based in Berlin, is making a name for itself by turning its digital dream cafe into a real-world venue.
The Dream Cafe website features a virtual cafe where users can create their own dream events.
A menu of themed desserts, drinks and other snacks is also available for purchase.
The company, which has over 2,000 registered users, launched in Berlin on April 30.
Its founders are Martin König, an architecture student, and Andreas Ziegler, a computer scientist.
“Dream cafes offer a way to create a more authentic experience for our customers,” Mr Königs said.
“It is possible to create the perfect dream cafe that doesn’t look too similar to a typical cafe.”
The company is hoping to attract more users in the future.
“In the future we hope to open up our service to the public,” Mr Zieglers said.
The team behind the site has also released a free smartphone app for those who wish to use the service.
The dream cafe’s aim is to create more virtual worlds that are accessible to people with special needs.
“The Dream Café is a dream cafe in the sense that we want to create these spaces where people with disabilities can enjoy themselves,” Mr Bock said.