Cafes in Highview


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For the best pick-me-up in town, grab a cup of java at Heine Brothers' Coffee. For conscientious eaters, Heine Brothers' Coffee has plenty fresh and healthy items on the menu. Heine Brothers' Coffee offers patio seating in the warmer months. Heine Brothers' Coffee offers a free wifi hot spot — perfect for surfing the web or getting a little work done. Love the food so much you want to serve it at your next soiree? No problem — Heine Brothers' Coffee offers catering. null Save your pennies for a rainy day — with prices generally under $15, you'll have plenty left over even after dining at Heine Brothers' Coffee. The menu at Heine Brothers' Coffee includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner — stop by for your favorite meal.
119 Chenoweth Ln
Louisville,
KY
US
Shady Lane Cafe offers a wide variety of classic American dishes. Don't expect to find any low-fat fare on Shady Lane Cafe's menu — you'll need to be prepared to indulge a bit. Enjoy the cool summer breezes on Shady Lane Cafe's seasonally available outdoor seating. Catering is also available if you'd like serve Shady Lane Cafe's tasty dishes at your next party. Always five minutes behind schedule? Pick up your food to go instead. Don't waste time or money searching for a parking space — pull into the lot next door at no extra charge. Prepare to spend about $30 per person when dining at Shady Lane Cafe. Brunch is the house specialty at Shady Lane Cafe, though you can also stop by for lunch and dinner.
4806 Brownsboro Rd
Louisville,
KY
US
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.
9305 New La Grange Rd
Louisville,
KY
US
Helmed by Connie Young and her two daughters, Lori and Kelly, Sisters Tea Parlor Boutique transports visitors to simpler times, when taking tea was a daily ritual. Before settling at tables for afternoon tea, guests are invited to visit the boutique's dress-up vanity area and don festive hats, wraps, costume jewelry, and gloves. Traditional tea service includes scones with tart lemon curd, tea sandwiches, and a sweets tray lined with decadent desserts?plus, of course, bottomless pots of loose-leaf tea.
4765 Fox Run Rd.
Buckner,
KY
US
Since April, 2003, the chefs at North End Caf? have championed a focus on local, seasonal ingredients with a healthy approach to cooking. North End Caf?'s menu features traditional meals from around the world, ranging from grass-fed beef burgers and flatiron steaks to grilled fish and scallops to stir-fry and cakes. For sharing, chefs build eclectic small plates such as crab cakes, fried goat-cheese ravioli, and almond-crusted brie. They also prepare a range of vegan and gluten-free dishes, taking care to avoid the pyrotechnics that result when steak and tofu touch. To accompany these meals, bartenders pour American and international wines, and blend cocktails from fruit and old-fashioned ingredients. At the Highlands location, a brand-new tap system spouts 23 craft beers, including imperial IPAs and peppery black porters. In warmer months, the aromas of cooking and laughter of clientele also fill the Highlands location's outdoor deck, an expansive wooden patio surrounded by vines and flowers.
2116 Bardstown Rd.
Louisville,
KY
US
The menu at Funmi’s Café swims with the names of West African dishes, tangles of unfamiliar syllables. Kachumbari, asaro, and kelewele may sound intimidating initially, but they conceal a cuisine characterized by warmth and gentle spice. Kachumbari is an African spin on coleslaw, asaro is a goldenrod-hued yam porridge, and kelewele is a snack of fried plantains. In the kitchen, chefs stir pots of stew and sauce, often eschewing meat and dairy to fill Funmi’s menu with vegan options. Beneath murals of circular huts on a colorful savannah, fair-trade organic coffee imported from Africa pours forth steam like a robot trying to understand the end of Of Mice and Men.
3028 Bardstown Rd
Louisville,
KY
US
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