Since I moved to the Lake Norman area a year ago, I've been in search of a locally owned coffee house that felt friendly, had good coffee, AND had great pastries. My search finally ended when I entered Quixote Cafe.
The Cafe is owned and operated by a husband and wife team, who also happen to have a computer repair service next door. The cafe is open, but small (I counted about six tables inside, and a few more outside.) and the locals are friendly.
Once I entered, I smelled home-made pastries (Gabby makes all the pastries herself) and the welcome aroma of coffee. On my way to the small counter, I passed the pastry case which quite simply played with my emotions. After all, how can I choose just one of the many tasty options? So, upon some deep thinking, I chose the cream cheese danish (GOOD CHOICE), and ordered my espresso favorite -- a caramel mocha.
The cream cheese danish was perfect. The crust light and flaky. The filling tasty, and not gooey. In addition, the Mocha wasn't too sweet or too bitter, and hot enough so that I could read the entire paper and it remained warm.
Price: $ (coffee and pastry for less than $10)
Conclusion: The coffee and food were both better than I could make at home, and I was out of there for only $5 and change. They also have several available computers for browsing, and WiFi. If it were two or three miles closer to my house, I'd practically live there.
19900 S Main St # 2
Cornelius, NC 28031
Do they only serve dessert and coffee?ReplyDelete
As for drinks,they appeared to offer the standard coffee shop options (coffee, tea, smoothies, etc.) As for food, I only noticed pastries. Let me know if you go, and what you think!ReplyDelete
Might want to post hours and website if available.ReplyDelete
I do post the website when I can find it (read Google search), If I can't find it within a couple of minutes, I move on. The idea about the hours is a good one, and I'll think about, but those are often a little more difficult to find. However, I do provide the phone number of almost all reviewed restaurants, so the readers can feel free to call about hours, delivery options, etc.ReplyDelete