Drive, Cruise, Hike, Pedal, or Dance through Coffee House
4527 West Eisenhower Blvd
Loveland, CO 80538
Welcome to Loveland’s oldest drive through. Back in the 1940’s cherry pies were sold to tourists on their way to Estes Park. The small, square, white building behind was built as an icehouse. It is at least one hundred years old. The thick walls are insulated with sawdust. In the winter, ice was harvested from the nearby Thompson River and stored for use during the hot summer months. Thankfully, we now have refrigeration, and the sturdy building is utilized as storage.
We want to thank you for patronizing our family owned business. We realize that there are several other coffee shops around. We don’t aim to compete with the big guys, and we sincerely hope other locally owned businesses thrive. We make every attempt to buy as many products from other locally owned businesses. After all, our friends and neighbors are the ones who support us year around! Your feedback is always welcomed. Please offer suggestions on how we can better serve you.
For many decades, this has been a brief stop for travelers in Loveland, and we hope to continue the long tradition.
Stop on by for some refreshment, and feel free to linger at a picnic table under the big trees.