A popular Monument hang out for the past three decades had its grand reopening Monday morning at 6:30 a.m. This after a fire damaged the building in June.
Just a few months ago, fire crews tried to save the Coffee Cup Cafe. "Started up on the roof and burned its way down to the kitchen," says Jeremy Diggins, Owner of Coffee Cup Cafe.
Now, three months later, dishes are being washed and workers are cleaning to get ready for a grand reopening.
"It's the local hangout, where people get to know their neighbors, and meet and morphed over the years but still kept it's old school hometown charm," says Diggins.
And that's why Less Warren enjoys more than one cup of coffee there everyday. "I come usually twice a day so I mean it must be good," says Warren. He sees the cafe as his home away from home. "I like the food I like the employees and it's convenient for me because I only live about two blocks away," says Warren.
He's glad this Monument eatery is back up and running. "There's new things added new features but it's still the old Coffee Cup, I mean they kept the old style and stuff like that," says Warren.
"I'm excited this process is over with and we can get back to doing what we love which is serving customers. Ya know that's what we missed was just serving customers," says Diggins.
Some of the new additions to the cafe are the coffee lounge and larger kitchen for more speedy service.