Great Coffee @ Heather's Cafe in Springboro

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Real Estate Agent with Irongate Realtors

Heather's Coffee and Cafe in Springboro


Julie Beall

I can remember the first time I visited Heather's last December. It was a cold day, snow dusting the road as I parked outside of the quaint historical building. I walked up the front portch and as soon as I opened the front door, I felt relaxed. The hardwood floors, warm colors, cozy furniture and fireplace invited me into the cafe. I turned a few corners and found myself in line to order. I had no idea what they had on the menu or what I should try, so I asked them. Heather and Nikki were both working at the counter that day, and recommended a dirty chai tea (A chai tea with a shot of espresso!). I took their advice and ordered a lunch sandwich too. While my food was being prepared, Nikki showed me around to different rooms and I ended up in an oversized comfy chair facing the fireplace. I enjoyed watching the snow fall outside and the television inside. A few moments later, Nikki brought me my order and we chatted a little bit about Springboro.

The food was delicious and their chai was outstanding! Last winter I must have gotten a dirty chai tea at least once or twice a week! I took my team back again in January and they loved it too. Heather's has rooms of various sizes perfect for a date for two and other rooms large enough for a business meeting. I love the atmosphere and find its tag line fitting "Where Friends Become Family".

So stop in and check it out sometime! I'm sure you won't be disappointed.

505 South Main Street
Springboro, OH 45066

Comments (2)

David Obbee
Obbee.com - Agoura Hills, CA

Julie: I love places like that- They have such charm compared to the chain coffee shops.  I'll have to check it out sometime- Thanks for sharing!  :)

Jun 11, 2010 08:32 AM
Tamara Camden Vacation Rental Agent
All Rentals 2 Remember, inc. - Key West, FL

Hi Julie, As an addicted coffee drinker, that "dirty chai tea" sounds interesting to try.  We've got a few places in Key West that serve the popular "Cafe con Leche", which is a Cuban espresso served with steamed milk, but I have not tried an espresso tea before.

Jun 11, 2010 08:39 AM