In the heart of the old city of Beit Sahour, there is an old building that dates from the Ottoman Era. They named it Singer Cafe because the café is nicely decorated with antique Singer sewing machines. Besides a cozy and welcoming coffee bar, it has a unique non-smoking library room with books, magazines, and newspapers. The café also has a terrace with an incredible view and boasts a giant graffiti by the Palestinian artist Ayed Arafah. Their motto is coffee, art, and education, and their coffee is considered the best in the town.