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You can’t stop people from copying a good idea, says Nguyen. Nguyen (no relation to Natalie Nguyen), owner of Cafe Di Vang 2 on Euclid in Garden Grove. “But if we were just a coffee place and had nothing more to offer, what’s the reason for people to come back to us? “If you’re working at a Hooters or a strip club, you have to look a certain way, right? People get tired of seeing pretty girls if they don’t get good service, she says. I'm used to people butchering the pronunciation and spelling of my name. to document the lives of Vietnamese Americans who returned to Vietnam to live and work.These waitresses seem to have an unwritten dress code worked into their job description. The most popular of these cafes — Cafe Lu on Harbor Boulevard and Cafe Di Vang 2 on Euclid Street — are packed day and night although they exclusively serve coffee, tea and smoothies.Bra tops, bustiers, corsets, itsy-bitsy spandex tube tops and bottoms, micro mini skirts and clear stilettos are the norm. None of them offers alcohol, food or even light snacks. But the concept of sexy waitresses serving coffee definitely did not originate in Vietnam, says Natalie Nguyen, who started out as a waitress at Cafe Lu and bought the place six years ago. “They do have coffee houses and women in traditionalao daisserving coffee — but nothing like this.