I love this coffee shop. The atmosphere is quite relaxing and refreshing. There's plenty of space so it doesn't feel crowded at all. Also, their chia latte is excellent! I recommend the dirty chia if you're wanting a little coffee mixed in.
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What a nice cafe. You can use it like a library. It's in an old home in the attractive west side of town. The food isn't their forte, it's the coffee. It's owned by a church and is a non profit. Books are free to...More
Went here to meet a friend for a quick drink. Staff was very nice - very knowledgeable, welcoming, and not pushy. The upstairs has plenty of nooks for nice conversation and downstairs has music. :-) Close to my house so I'll be coming back soon.
A classic place to meet a friend, study, or work on your current novel. Staff is delightfully friendly and food is always good.
My husband and I drive an hour into Colorado Springs just to go to Agia Sophia's. We go at least twice a month and on special occasions like my birthday. The atmosphere, staff, and yes, their cofffees and teas draw us back over and over....More
It's been snowing all day here in the historic old centre of Colorado Springs, I went for a walk and on the corner of 29th and Colorado I found a fascinating old coffee shop inside an old Greek Orthodox Church. I loved the mugs, old...More
We spot here regularly when heading out of Colorado Springs up Hwy 24. They offer a number of light but delicious items. We often get the Mediterranean Plate which has a nice variety of Greek foods. The Greek salad is excellent. The coffees and teas...More
Lovely old, creaky Victorian building serves up good coffee drinks, salads, desserts, books for purchase, amidst iconic Greek Orthodox art and memorabilia of former church-heyday. On some days, you might be served by a friendly, pony-tailed priest, black cassock and all! Upstairs is popular with...More