Coffee and baked goods have always gone together, like rock ‘n’ roll, yin and yang, and bald-eagle hatchlings and William Howard Taft’s toupee. Introduce your mouth to a dazzling duet with today’s Groupon to Cobbler’s Cafe in Elizabethtown. Choose between the following options:
- For $17, you get a five-visit punch card (a $34.70 total value). Each visit includes:
- One coffee drink (up to a $3.95 value)
- One piece of cobbler (a $2.99 value)<p>
- For $10, you get a café meal for two (up to a $21.96 total value) that includes:
- Two entrees (up to a $7.99 value each)
- Two pieces of cobbler (a $2.99 value each)<p>
Within the historical building that houses Cobbler’s Cafe, chefs whip together comforting sandwiches alongside fresh coffee drinks and house-made cobblers culled from family recipes. Synchronize napkin flourishes while chewing on double-dipped chicken tenders or stacked turkey clubs and BLTs. Quarter-pound burgers fill pretzel buns alongside lettuce and tomato, and ham and turkey don costumes of cheese sauce and texas toast to become the hunger-stopping hot-brown sandwich. For dessert, drag a fork through a generous slice of the Cobbler’s Cafe’s namesake dessert, which varies in flavor depending on the day of the week and the baker’s horoscope. Sunshine pours in through the eatery’s skylights to bathe exposed brick walls in warming light.
Alternatively, patrons can partake of five separate helpings of a steamy café beverage and a piece of cobbler. Let tongues explore a variety of beverages, from the whipped-cream peaks of a caramel macchiato to the steaming seas of more than 10 kinds of organic teas. A wholesome helping of the cobbler of the day complements iced or hot drinks while visitors relax and read a book or try to bottle the shop’s aroma of freshly ground coffee beans.
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.