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Very elegant place with nice low volume music but come on guys we are in Greece – how can you not serve frappe???? And to make things even funnier, how can you act as you have been surprised/astonished by a frappe request?
It seems that...More
A wonderful experience for the discerning coffee drinker
The owners really know their stuff and will describe the type of coffee beans used so that you can get exactly the taste you are looking for, hard to find!!
The home made eclairs are amazing with...More
We loved Third Place ... a really cool feel to it, pretty pink toilets, clean lines in the decor, beautiful items for sale and the best coffee. We went for pastries in the morning and a little drink before going out in the evenings. Great...More
I like this place, nice design, great coffee, easy going people. I enjoyed my Colombian filter coffee very much. In the heart of Athens but not noisy at all. There is a large table for meetings or work. The staff is friendly. It is located...More
Date of visit: January 2019
thirdplaceathens, Υπεύθυνος Δημοσίων Σχέσεων at Third Place, responded to this reviewResponded May 22, 2019
Evgenia thank you so so much for your amazing review and your kind words! Really appreciate it! Hope to see you soon! ❤️☕️🤟🏻
An alternative industrial style coffee place in Plaka, in the heart of Athens. It serves Colombian filter coffee. Esspresso is either Brazilian or Ethiopian. I liked filter coffee. The place is very easy going. Nice music.
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