Praying at restaurants, dining at church...

In NYC there are prayer spaces for Muslim men, many of whom are taxi drivers, located in private businesses. These spaces allow for prayer, fellowship and even a bit of food because many of these spaces are in restaurants. These spaces allow for Muslims who are on the go and allow these men to nourish their soul.

What if these spaces were open to Christians? What if a restaurant has a prayer space for anyone to pray and study?

Even more than that, what if churches (which have prayer spaces) opened up their space and had food, coffee, wi-fi, etc. to give people the opportunity to eat lunch and then give them an opportunity to nourish their soul? Is this possible to do in churches? How could this be done?