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Hugh Jackman brought his new coffee shop to SXSW 


Wolverine, coffee connoisseur, “Greatest Showman” ... is there anything Hugh Jackman can’t do?

The Laughing Man Cafe, Jackman’s latest coffee shop project, is in Austin for South by Southwest, and the man himself was at the festival Monday to discuss it and its mission.

The coffee shop is open at the G’Day USA Australia House at Lucille on Rainey Street from  9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, March 13 through Friday, March 16.

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