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Concho Coffee House

Small Town Cafe in Christoval - 20.42 mi

Looking for a coffee house with an intimate and family-run atmosphere that offers tasty coffee, sweets, and a homey "town feel"? Look no further than Concho Coffee House! Their dedication to providing exceptional service and a warm and inviting atmosphere has made them a favorite among locals and visitors alike. With a retro vibe that harkens back to a quieter time, this spot is perfect for a casual meeting with friends or a relaxing afternoon with a good book. Their menu features a variety of delicious options, including coffee, sweets, and other baked goods that are made with care and expertise. And with a focus on using high-quality ingredients and unique flavor combinations, you can enjoy a delicious meal with a touch of authenticity. They go above and beyond to ensure that every customer feels welcome and valued, and they strive to create an atmosphere where everyone feels like they belong. It's a great way to enjoy a cup of coffee and connect with the community. So why not come check them out today and experience the ultimate in intimate and family-run coffee houses with a retro vibe? With a passion for quality and a commitment to excellence, Concho Coffee House is sure to leave you feeling satisfied and craving for more.

Eola School Restaurant and Brewery

Craft Brewery in Eola - 22.10 mi

Meet Mark Cannon. He’s the owner of Eola School Restaurant and Brewery. He brews the beer, cooks the delicious burgers and fries, makes homemade pizza, does all the cleaning and renovation work required, and tends to the garden that supplies most of his restaurant’s needs. Some have called him “a real Renaissance man”. The brewery and restaurant was once a school from 1928 to 1983, and back then, the center of the community of Eola. Mark is from Portland, Oregon but his roots are in Texas. After arriving in 2003, he soon purchased the school. Many speculate his was the only offer. The place still looks like “an unfinished construction zone” according to some, but being a one-man show, many have also admired what he’s done with the place. If you can overlook the “rough edges”, Mark’s brewery, restaurant, and his Farm Ale have a cult-like following on the internet, and seem deserving of the 5-stars he gets.

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