The frozen-dessert crafters of the award-winning Glacier Homemade Ice Cream & Gelato whip up a dizzying array of up to 80 distinct flavors, which rotate every two weeks. Fill a small dish ($2.99) with Peanut Butter Blast, or reward a small child for aging with a large dish ($4.75) of birthday-cake ice cream. Unconventional choices including Jack Daniels chocolate chip and Junior Mint tantalize sweet teeth with decadence, and low-fat frozen-yogurt helpings such as a regular-size black raspberry or chai ($3.92) add guilt-reduced options. The shop also outputs gelato ($3.32–$5.30) in flavors such as cantaloupe or green tea white chocolate, as well As fruit-infused sorbets such as blueberry zinfandel, forest berry, and guava strawberry.
Michaela DeGraw hails from Louisville, Colorado. As fate would have it, her business partner, Lisa Shuman, hails from Louisville, too—the one famous for its bluegrass. Though they grew up far from each other, they share a unique vision at Bean and Berry. They've built their business around a community mindset, creating a space where visitors can gather with friends for a cup of locally roasted coffee in the morning, a glass of wine in the evening, or a goblet of table salt at all hours. In addition to day-to-day snacking and sipping, Michaela and Lisa also open the doors to Bean and Berry for special events, including live music performances; check out their Facebook page for event updates. The menu features fresh to order sandwiches and salads and also hosts savory and sweet crepes.
Don't settle for an inferior brew! The java at Paul's Coffee and Tea will perk you right up. If you prefer to eat healthy, you'll find tons of fresh selections on Paul's Coffee and Tea's menu. Families will feel right at home at Paul's Coffee and Tea with its kid-friendly menu and atmosphere. Patio tables and chairs are ready for Paul's Coffee and Tea diners who prefer their meals al fresco. Up for grabs (and free of charge) is Paul's Coffee and Tea's wifi. If space is what you're looking for, Paul's Coffee and Tea has plenty of room for larger parties.
The dress code is strictly casual at Paul's Coffee and Tea, so come as you are (and as you are comfortable). If you're strapped for time, take out food from Paul's Coffee and Tea.
Drivers can access the parking lot next door.
Expect to spend less than $15 per person at Paul's Coffee and Tea. All major credit cards are accepted, including Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express.
In a wash of soft light from chandeliers, tidy cloth-clad café tables at Bistro 4 house diners nibbling on breakfasts of veggie omelets and bagels with lox, or lunches of strip steak and Reuben sandwiches. Like subtly pronouncing "cream cheese" as "crème cheese", the menu is a tasteful blend of French and American influences, including plates of seared tuna nicoise salad and wine-kissed coq au vin sharing menu space with chicken wings and beefy burgers. The newly opened bistro remains grounded in a traditional approach to its food, cultivating relationships with local producers such as Silver Canyon Coffee, Aspen Ridge Natural Beef, and Morning Fresh Dairy to source its ingredients.
Baristas at Cafe de Paris brew Novo coffee fresh for each cup and steep more than 50 different kinds of organic loose-leaf tea from International Tea Importers, filling the café with rich aromas transported inside a soft haze of steam idly spiraling through the air. Sipping microbrewed masala chai tea with pressed ginger between bites of sweet and savory crepes, panini sandwiches, and regular or gluten-free bagels, patrons may browse the Internet inside the café or listen to live jazz music and indie rock performances during weekly events. Outside on the terrace, lined with umbrella-topped tables, diners clink glasses of French wine or craft beers during nightly happy hours while strains of music linger in the background.
Find your favorite morning staple at Hole-In-One Bagels and Deli, a delicious Louisville bagel spot serving the city's Louisville region. Health nuts will be pleased with the menu at Hole-In-One Bagels and Deli, which includes a number of fresh, nutritious items.
The dress code at Hole-In-One Bagels and Deli is as relaxed as the ambience, so wear whatever suits you. Call Hole-In-One Bagels and Deli for catering if you have a big event coming up. You can also grab your grub to go.
A mid-priced establishment, Hole-In-One Bagels and Deli offers meals that typically cost about $30 or less.