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Please & Thank You may sound like an odd name for a restaurant, but once you leave you'll know why the name was given. All pleasantries aside, the simple menu has snacks, pressed sandwiches, salads, coffee and baked goods. P & T follows the seasons as best as possible and locals consistently rate it as one of the best breakfast spots in town. Most visitors fall in love with the cookies or brownies, so much so that the bakery sells a pre-made mix to bake at home. Overall, it's a great place to start the day while in the Louisville's East Market District.
Enjoy a cup of freshly roasted and brewed coffee at this flagship coffeehouse of a small, independent chain in Louisville. Initiated by the enthusiastic coffee-lovers Nathan and Amy Quillo, the focus, here, is on serving fresh, handcrafted coffee sourced from farmers that practice healthy farming. Sip on your favorite latte or cappuccino while you relax in a casual atmosphere of the bar. Live music events are also scheduled occasionally to liven up the atmosphere of the cafe. Visit their website for more information.
Gralehaus Cafe is a the holy grail for lovers of bean and brew. The charming little cafe occupies the first floor of the Gralehaus Bed and Breakfast, housed within an early-20th-century Victorian home. The menu showcases a rotating selection of coffees sourced from local roasters, alongside Intelligentisa Coffee and Kilogram Tea, expertly brewed and blended to create signature coffee-based drinks and all the classic espresso-based varieties. Coffee-infused draft beer is a regular feature, alongside three taps that offer a rotating selection, beer cocktails, and over 150 bottled ciders and beers. To help soak up the suds, a seasonal breakfast and lunch menu lists contemporary comfort food, packed with the goodness of fresh, locally sourced ingredients, country style cooking and oodles of creativity. Beer- and coffee-centric events are hosted often so be sure to stay updated with the latest happenings at the Gralehaus.