They are on every street corner, often opposite each other. Probably more coffee shops than churches.
A few years ago one opened in the Europa shopping centre, Double- Coffee I think it was called but it didn’t last. Times have changed.
When I lived in Kaunas for a while I got to like Vero Cafe which later arrived in Vilnius. It reminds me of Costa at home in the UK. The one at the end of Gedimino is still there which is where I went for my first cup.
I was asked if I wanted Brazilian or Indonesian coffee and I realised that they now sold Orang Utang organic coffee – just like the coffee they sell in my favourite coffee shop back home in Burnley Lancashire.
And there is now one at the bottom of Pilies g. near Bernardiniu g. en route to our hotel the Shakespeare.
I vaguely remembered that there used to be a nice wine bar in the vicinity and wondered if this was the same place. However they told me it hadn’t been a wine bar latterly.
If you walk towards Gedimino there is another where a bank used to be on the corner, opposite Vero Cafe.
Vilnius isn’t short of good coffee shops that’s for sure. And wine bars too, but that’s another story.