Cafes in Bardstown


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  • Java Joint
    In the heart of Bardstown lies The Java Joint, a refueling station where hungry patrons can stock up on sandwiches, soups, quiches, and coffee. The menu unfolds to reveal a long list of sandwiches, such as the 3rd Street club—a trio of roast beef, bacon, and provolone topped with veggies and blue cheese. Between bites of quiche or spoonfuls of soup, diners sip on freshly roasted Heine Brothers coffee, made from organic beans that were fairly traded for a rare baseball card. Plaid tablecloths, wooden chairs, and a wall of pottery make one part of The Java Joint's interior as rustic as a tree fort's breakfast nook; this look is starkly contrasted by a bright mélange of colors at the front of the eatery, where purple, green, and yellow walls sprout from a black-and-white checkered floor.
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    126 N 3rd St
    Bardstown, KY US
  • Willie A's
    Kick back, relax and enjoy cafe classics at Willie A's. Gather up your group of friends and head to Willie A's, a local restaurant that has room for large groups. Drift away from stuffy dress-code conventions and dine in comfort at Willie A's. Catering from Willie A's will take your party to the next level. Enjoy the quick and painless street parking at Willie A's. A mid-priced establishment, Willie A's offers meals that typically cost about $30 or less. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all available at Willie A's.
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    201 N Depot St
    Lebanon, KY US
  • Rolling Pretzel Company
    Across the Midwest, shopping sprees and afternoon errands are increasingly delicious, thanks to the We're Rolling Pretzel Company. Located in malls and Walmart Supercenters across the region, the snack shack fuels retail jaunts by pairing piping-hot pretzel sticks with nine different dipping sauces. Fruit- and ice cream-packed smoothies offer a sweet change of pace, while pretzels stuffed with pepperoni or hot dogs make a meal. Cooks work fast, effortlessly twisting fresh dough into the eatery's signature treats.
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    3795 East John Rowan Boulevard
    Bardstown, KY US
  • Cobbler's Cafe
    Inside Cobbler's Cafe's sky-lit dining area, you can still see some of the original bricks from when the building was constructed in 1878. Since that time, it's been a doctor's office, a jewelry store, and a shoe-repair business. From shoe cobblers to baked cobblers, owners Jayme and Kristi Burden have transformed the space into a quaint café that serves coffee, espresso drinks, and organic teas aside breakfast dishes and baked goods. Diners can sink teeth into omelets and breakfast sandwiches loaded with bacon and cheese or pick up fresh-baked muffins and scones.
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    125 East Dixie Avenue,Elizabethtown
    Elizabethtown, KY US
  • Morning Glory Cafe
    Whether you prefer tea or coffee, Morning Glory Cafe cafe has a wide selection of beverages. Have a large group? No problem. Head to Morning Glory Cafe for easy seating. Relaxed attire is perfectly fine at Morning Glory Cafe, known for its laid-back ambience. Take the comfort of your own home and add great grub from Morning Glory Cafe to create the perfect night. Street parking is always accessible for those dining at Morning Glory Cafe. Frugal foodies will especially love the prices at Morning Glory Cafe, with a meal typically hovering under the $15 mark. Morning, noon, or night, you can head on over to Morning Glory Cafe since they serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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    230 S Main St
    Hardinsburg, KY US
  • Louisville Tea Company
    Nicolette Spears used to think green tea tasted like bad, stale grass-clippings. So when she began studying the importance of brewing temperature, it was a revelation. ?Green tea is like a vegetable: if you burn the leaves, it tastes really bitter. That was sort of an eye-opener to me.? Now, at Louisville Tea Company, Ms. Spears brews more than a hundred tea varieties according to strict standards, paying attention to each brew?s optimal brewing temperature, steep time, and leaf-to-water ratio. She also considers her tea?s origins: she sources Japanese green tea directly from a small tea farm in Japan, and the Kenyan Ajiri Tea employs Kenyan women and funds orphan education in West Kenya. Additionally, Ms. Spears strives to educate newbies about tea. At the tasting bar, she brews fresh pots of the shop?s tea of the day. During the shop?s classes and tea tastings, tea experts delve not only into tea origins and flavors, but the positive effects on human health and boring water.
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    9305 New LaGrange Rd.
    Louisville, KY US
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