A Pretty Latte and a Coconut Cortado
First, it’s super cute. It’s in a hobbity-looking cottage, and the charm continues when you walk through the door. Great care was obviously taken from choosing everything from the tables and chairs to the sign asking you to bus your own tables.
Second, they have multiple milks. This might not be a big deal to most people, but for someone who has to take a pill if she eats anything with dairy, this is a big selling point. They made me a cortado (see above) with coconut milk, and now I am convinced that should be the default for serving them.
There is also a small assortment of pastries to choose from. I had the savory galette; Tammy had the bacon quiche. All the pastries looked delicious.
We went in the middle of the morning on a Friday, but it was Spring Break in the area, so the crowd was probably not a typical Friday crowd. I’ll be testing it out on a weekend soon to see what level of busy to expect then. It’s hard for a coffee shop to fit my very specific need of being busy enough to stay in business but sparse enough that I can actually enjoy it. Our visit was a little busier than I prefer, but that means good things for them, so maybe I’ll just order to go on most of my visits. Win-win.
If you are in Argyle (or even just passing through on the way to see me), enjoy a cup of coffee from Kimzey’s!