Thursday’s Doors ~ 1/26/17, part 3

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This is the corner location

of the Espresso Bar

with amazing 

choices.

Coffeeology, where 

Winter Street crosses

Sandusky Street,

Delaware,

Ohio.

~~~~

The 3 parts make a

whole different kind

of coffee shop,

 plus

More!

Please check out

more links to doors

found at:

http://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com

Thank you to our host:

Norm Frampton!

x x x x

Final quotation
Subject: Coffee!

“Coffee is a lot more than 

just a drink; it’s something happening.

Not as in hip, but like an event,

a place to be, but not like a location, 

but like somewhere within yourself.

It gives you time, but not actual

hours or minutes, but a chance

to be, like be yourself and

have a second cup of coffee.”

~ Gertrude Stein,

Author

Happy Thursday

and upcoming weekend!

xox


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53 responses »

    • It is a great place for these activities, Sylvia! I have only been in this coffee shop and more location. It was only half full but I have hopes for this local place. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • It is kind of nice that they have used greenery and Christmas trees, still decorated with tiny white lights, too. Thank you, Deborah! Hope yours is wonderful, too. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • I would clear my calendar and meet you at Coffeeology, in a heartbeat and bring you a candle or something to remember our visit by, Anneli.
      See you on Thursday at 3:00 pm next week, okay?
      Yes they have goodies! ๐Ÿ™‚ I had stopped by another place called, “Buns Restaurant,” so had eaten a frosted snowman cookie. I stuck to purchasing a flavored coffee. It was delicious and I sipped it slowly.

  1. I’m currently trying to limit my caffeine intake but there are so many wonderful coffee shops springing up it’s difficult to resist. I like the idea of Coffeology mixed with antiques. Good mix!

    • It is a perfect mix, since profit on coffee may be iffy in this already full of coffee shops town. I loved walking into an antique shop and smelling coffee brewing. Thank you, Jenny. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Oh, this is great to know this, Jules! I have written about cool activities at our local library but our cafe area is just machines now. We used to have a miniature coffee shop off the lobby. ๐Ÿ™‚

      • When ‘they’ built the ‘new’ library they designed the cafe in it. There is an outside area for when the weather is nicer and in the cafe is the used for sale book section. I don’t think I’ve paid full price for a book in years. Maybe the most I’ve spent for a hard cover is $3. Most of the children’s books are $1 or $2 so almost every time I am there I get something for Son of Son (who by the way lost his first tooth about a week ago!) and Little Miss and for gifts for our friends little ones. They are equal to or better than some garage sale finds and often the price is better than charity shop books.

      • We have all hard backs for $2 and soft backs are $1. It is located in the lobby and our cafe is in a room off the lobby. We used to have a coffee barrister but apparently not enough purchases could pay for her. I liked the flavored coffees and usually fell for a cookie or brownie.
        I think putting the books in the cafe sounds like a good idea when we had someone to keep an eye on them. Now, the front desk librarians keep an eye on the books. Son of son’s tooth being lost means time continues to fly. I will stop calling him the “prince.” I hope that forgetful mind of mine didn’t make it seem that I didn’t mean him to be a dear, good little boy!

      • Awe he’s still his Mommy’s prince. And he’s a ‘challenge’ just like his ‘Daddy’. But it’s all good. I think I’m only going to ever have the two of them… besides their friends Little’s.
        Best to all of yours! They must be sprouting in so many ways ๐Ÿ™‚

      • I think intelligent children are challenging but also are the ones who go far in their education and contributions! My grandchildren are definitely growing, one in chorus, one plays bass (cello), one takes art classes every Saturday and the youngest ones still play and like books, songs and puzzles. Thank you for caring. โค

  2. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    ALL THIS…WITH A BEVERAGE THAT IS DRIPPED OR PERCOLATED BUT MERELY INFUSED—LIKE TEA! COFFEE AND HOT CHOCOLATE WERE ORIGINALLY FIRST ENJOYED IN COFFEE HOUSES…WITH MERCHANTS, ARTISTS AND PROFESSIONAL POEPLE…MOSTLY ALL MEN. nOW THE FEMALE OF THE SPECIES CAN REGALE IN ITS VARIETY, FLAVOR AND SOCIAL CONTEXT! WHAT’S MORE NATURAL THAN VISITING NEIGHBORS AND RELATIVES…AND BEING OFFERED COFFEE AND A CHAT? ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Thanks, Jay!! ๐Ÿ™‚ I am heading over to see more movie updates since I have seen a few recent ones!
      The coziness as you described is really nice quality and we would have fun walking around and seeing the antiques. Did you see the Gone with the Wind poster?

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