Chaos Kolaches

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Customer Reviews

169 Ratings

Yummy! Very friendly staff and nice environment,good selection of flavors of kolaches.
D S. · February 20, 2013
Great pastries served with great energy. Both sweet and savory choices are awesome.
Sunny L. · January 27, 2013
The pastries are worth finding this small business. Good section of different flavors. The pastries are not super sweet - just the right touch of sweetness. My co-workers loved me for sharing them.
Tricia H. · January 19, 2013

What You'll Get


Without the promise of sweets, mouths would never have the patience to stay open during dentist's appointments or closed during beekeeping demonstrations. Keep mouths copacetic with this Groupon.

Choose from Four Options

  • $3 for $6 worth of kolache, coffee, and sweets
  • $5 for a punch card for 6 kolache (up to a $10.50 value)
  • $9 for a punch card for 12 kolache (up to a $21 value)
  • $25 for $50 toward an advance order of more than four dozen kolache

Kolache with sweet fillings ($1.25 each or $14/dozen) make a delightful treat, and those with savory fillings ($1.75 each or $20/dozen) fill stomachs. Other confections, such as french toast—made with kolache dough and custard egg batter, then rolled in crushed frosted flakes and grilled ($3.50)—add variety to the menu, and drinks such as coffee ($1.50) and lattes ($2.25) help wash down mouthfuls. On Saturdays, customers can pick up aebelskivers, a popover-style pancake ($2.50 for three).

Chaos Kolaches

Beau Mollinary and Jennifer Petersen know that kolache aren’t just a great dessert—when ornamented with a dollop of jalapeño cream cheese or a blend of turkey and brie, the Czech pastries become a savory, hunger-sating morsel. At the couple’s bakery and coffee shop, Chaos Kolaches, pastries contain not just sweet fillings, such as peach and banana nutella, but also meaty helpings such as pulled pork and chicken broccoli. The café also wakes up taste buds with muffins, housemade oatmeal, and, on Saturdays, aebelskivers, a popover-style pancake. Starting as early as 6 a.m., diners can lounge on the patio and browse free WiFi, or simply admire the café’s red, black, and white interior for five hours straight. Guests can wash down their treats with Cafeto coffee and espresso drinks until the doors close, which happens when the clock ticks to 1 p.m. or a nationwide fire drill takes place.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires Feb 1, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. 24hr notice required for advance order option. Must purchase a food item. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Chaos Kolaches


Beau Mollinary and Jennifer Petersen know that kolache aren’t just a great dessert—when ornamented with a dollop of jalapeño cream cheese or a blend of turkey and brie, the Czech pastries become a savory, hunger-sating morsel. At the couple’s bakery and coffee shop, Chaos Kolaches, pastries contain not just sweet fillings, such as peach and banana nutella, but also meaty helpings such as pulled pork and chicken broccoli. The café also wakes up taste buds with gluten-free muffins, housemade oatmeal, and, on Saturdays, aebelskivers, a popover-style pancake. Starting as early as 6 a.m., diners can lounge on the patio and browse free WiFi, or simply admire the café’s red, black, and white interior for five hours straight. Guests can wash down their treats with Cafeto coffee and espresso drinks until the doors close, which happens when the clock ticks to 1 p.m. or a nationwide fire drill takes place.

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