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Montague's Coffee House
Today 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
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1019 S Tejon St Colorado Springs, CO 80903
1019 South Tejon StreetUSColoradoColorado Springs80903
(719) 520-0672
$$Cafe, Coffee ShopToday 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Sunday 9:00 AM – 6:00 PMMonday 7:00 AM – 10:00 PMTuesday 7:00 AM – 10:00 PMWednesday 7:00 AM – 10:00 PMThursday 7:00 AM – 10:00 PMFriday 7:00 AM – 10:00 PMSaturday 7:00 AM – 10:00 PM
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"Pumpkin tomato soup rocks and I love their cakes."
"Had the stuffed French toast with my sister."
"One of my favorite coffee shops in town!"
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Jade Baker
4 months ago
Should be a cozy comfortable place to hang out especially for the way it's set up & its location. Service was bad & had really unfriendly staff. It was also overpriced.
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Michelle Cruz
8 months ago
One of my favorite coffee shops in town!! Pumpkin tomato soup rocks and I love their cakes. Cinnamon orange is my favorite tea. It's expensive, so it's a once a month kind of place
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Mark Leatherman
11 months ago
Just stopped by on my way through town, wish I had stayed longer though. Great coffee, delicious food with original recipes, and friendly staff!
John Labuhn
a year ago
Great and unusual food and tea selections. Very cozy and comfy. Definitely a place to check out
Lindsay Wellwood
2 months ago
My husband and I came here on a date night in between our movie and dinner and we can't wait to come back! I had a gingerbread latte and my husband had a blackberry cappuccino. Both were excellent and would put any chain place (read: Starbucks) to shame.
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Leslie Hope Butenschoen
10 months ago
Husband and I wanted to eat somewhere low key and on the healthier side. I live by the Gazette 2014 Dining Guide for Colorado Springs (highly recommended, tells of best locations for any type of food you want, showing prices and recommending signature dishes, best part mostly mom and pop places) and I found Montague on there buy searching "healthier." The place doesn't have a website or any posted menu on any review site. (Which is not surprising since they use a dry erase board) So, I took a picture and posted them on various review sites. Husband and I split the chicken, mushroom, green onion, and Swiss quiche as well as the stuffed french toast. Delicious! I have been on the hunt for awesome stuffed french toast, and this place NAILED it. They actually use a large slice of what seems to be Italian bread, cut almost in half horizontally. Then filled with cream cheese and strawberry jelly. Topped with real butter and powdered sugar. PERFECT. The fresh fruit I got with it was also wonderful. I got the Mocha drink and my husband ordered coffee. They were both good. The ambiance is relaxed coffee shop with comfy chairs at tables as well as a few couches and some regular chairs and tables. There are also tables on the front and back patios, when the weather is nice of course. Location is close to downtown, so a short drive and you could walk around there. Also, only about 10 minutes from the Bear Creek Dog Park (HIGHLY recommended) largest off leash dog park in the springs. Check their page for my review. Overall this place is wonderful. They have a special Valentines event that my husband and I will be trying out this year. If you check this place out, enjoy!
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Elise Allen
10 months ago
Great small meals and tea! Cozy, feeling with homey chairs. Perfect chill spot for reading time or socializing.
Fred Van Antwerp
3 years ago
My wife and I came for lunch at Montague's, a cafe decorated like an English tea shop. We ordered a turkey sandwich with veggie chips ($8.95) and a quiche and cup of soup ($8.95). My sandwich was served with thin slices of turkey lunch meat like what you get from a grocery store, and my chips were so broken up that I had to eat them with a spoon. The egg of my wife's quiche resembled overcooked scrambled eggs rather than custard, and it was overcooked, dry, and tasteless. The pastry crust was awful. Quite a surprise. I think the food at fast food restaurants like Mac Donalds, Wendy's, etc., is actually fresher and less disappointing and definitely cheaper. The decor, with old comfy furniture resembling an antique store, used to be nice, but is now old, stained and dirty.
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