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Hagia Sofia Library Cafe: Where Coffee Meets Knowledge

Congressman Jonas Cortes, Fr, Joseph de Aquino and Miss Caroline Tan Porras cut the ribbon during the opening of Hagia Sophia Café at the corner of National Hi-way (MC Briones) and  Jaime St., Mandaue City. It was a triple celebration as it was also the 14th anniversary Clint.KAMMS Corporation and Miss Porras’ birthday.

Congressman Jonas Cortes, Fr, Joseph de Aquino and Miss Caroline Tan Porras cut the ribbon during the opening of Hagia Sophia Café at the corner of National Hi-way (MC Briones) and Jaime St., Mandaue City. It was a triple celebration as it was also the 14th anniversary Clint.KAMMS Corporation and Miss Porras’ birthday.

IF you’re tired of being hushed in the library because you can’t resist drinking your favorite latte while reading a Tabada book,  give yourself a treat at Hagia Sofia Library Cafe, the newest offering of Cebu’s homegrown publishing company Clint.KAMMMS!

Clint.KAMMMS Corporation, in their seventh year anniversary celebration last week, has now officially unveiled this newest hub for bookworms and coffee lovers.

Owner Caroline Porras, owner of Clint.KAMMMS Corporation, shared that she envisions her cafe as an avenue for people to exchange their knowledge on various fields, such as in the sciences, literature, and the arts.

“I’ve seen that we don’t have any place where both coffee lovers and avid readers of pieces of literature can meet and talk. So we thought, why can’t we start? It’s also one of the best venues for poetry nights. We are offering books. We’re also offering your favorite treats. We have it all,” said Porras.

Also, for coffee lovers who also want to try something fun and exciting, Hagia Sofia Library Cafe is also offering some delicious blends from Turkey, giving an exotic hint to your usual treats. If these authors happen to stop by, it will be their privilege to sign your copies.

Hagia Sophia Library Cafe will also be housing some of the award-winning books of Clint.KAMMMS.

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