The Bean Hip Cafe is a location in an unknown area. Little is known about the cafe itself, other than its connection to Mark Jefferson's artwork.
Jefferson Exhibition Edit
There was an exhibition for Mark Jefferson's work there from November 5 - December 1, 2009. It emphasizes his fame by stating that he is an "international photographer".
On October 7th, 2013 during Episode 1, Max can find a leaflet for the exhibition in Victoria Chase's bedroom in the Prescott Dormitory. An advert in the leaflet gives the owner a dollar off entry to the exhibition.
Victoria clearly has a passionate admiration for Jefferson's work due to her hanging on to the leaflet for sentimental purposes.
It is presumed to be around Arcadia Bay, however the leaflet only states that it's a "local exhibition". This could mean it is actually local to Victoria's family home; she was born in Seattle. This may just be the nearest hospital location to Arcadia; however, Max has her place of birth listed as Arcadia Bay.
- An ad for lost swimming goggles posted by a student named Ray Siren found in the Blackwell Academy swimming pool offers eternal gratitude and a $25 gift card to the Bean Hip Cafe as a reward for returning them.
Life is Strange Locations
|Arcadia Bay · ACFC Drive-Thru · American Rust Junkyard (Hideout) · Cemetery · Chloe's Truck · Police Department · Beach · Blackwell Academy · Frank's RV · Gas Station · Hospital · Lighthouse · Madsen Household (Bedroom · Chloe's Room · Garage · Bathroom) · Pan Estates · Prescott Barn (Dark Room) · McFlinn · Prescott Estate · Water Tower · Train Tracks · Rue Altimore · Harbor Inn · Two Whales Diner · Up All Nite Donuts|
|Hallway · Main Campus · Parking Lot · Photography Lab · Prescott Dormitory · Principal Wells' Office · Science Lab · Swimming Pool|
|Max's Room · Dana's Room · Kate's Room · Victoria's Room · Nathan's Room · Custodial Room|
|Alternative Beach · Alternative Price Household (Garage) · Bean Hip Cafe · Kroft Gallery · Plane · Zeitgeist Gallery|