Housed inside the charming "Tommy Miller House" built in 1901 in Springboro is a cozy modern coffeehouse serving up comforting soups, sandwiches, wraps and salads, as well as a full roster of classic flatbreads.
Heathers Coffee and Cafe opened in 2009 and has been a staple of old downtown Springboro ever since.
It's an unpretentious, easygoing place that delivers a well-executed menu with generous portions at a reasonable price.
The 117-year-old structure it calls home is cozy and sweet.
Orders are made at the counter and are delivered to the table.
The pick-two special for $9 offering your choice of a half salad, half sandwich or a soup is a great value with good portions. Their chili is thick, savory and satisfying and was perfect for a cold day.
The flatbread pizzas have some great vegetarian options including a veggie pizza ($9), a classic white pizza ($8) made with garlic pesto, pico de gallo and mozzarella cheese and a Greek pizza made with garlic pesto, fresh spinach, Italian olives, feta and mozzarella cheese ($10).
There are 14 different sandwiches and wraps to choose from including more basic things like a club sandwich ($11) alongside more unusual options like a "Poor Boy" sandwich made with thick-cut fried bologna, cheddar cheese, mayo, mustard, red onion and pickles on a pretzel roll.
A full breakfast menu is served Tuesday through Friday from 7-11 a.m. and all day Saturdays with many dishes that will offer the kind of comfort that comes with the most satisfying breakfasts.
Their coffee menu features Seven Hills Coffee out of Cincinnati. They also offer a full bar and wine for sale. This is a satisfying, casual, easy stop the next time you are passing through Springboro or if you are looking for a new spot to try breakfast.
WANT TO GO?
What: Heathers Coffee and Cafe
Where: 505 S. Main St., Springboro
Hours: 7 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday; closed Sundays and Mondays
More information: 937-550-9511 or http://www.heatherscafe.com