The cybercafe (or "Internet Cafe") was a term used in the late 1990s until the early 2000s to describe coffee-shop-like social gathering spaces that featured Internet-connected desktop computers.  After the proliferation of both WiFi, laptops, and (later) fast data access over smartphones, so-called "cybercafes" disappeared.

And now, in a way, every location on earth has turned into a cybercafe.  Also, nobody outside of the US military seems to unironically use the word cyber anymore.  You can still find physical spaces referred to as cybercafes in some places abroad.

Former San Francisco cybercafes