We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The Tripadvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
This place was a great find on our drive out of Bryce to SLC. Had never been to panguitch, but were driving through, and looking for coffee to help with the drive home. The menu has so many options beyond just coffee, as well as...plenty of dairy alternative options.More
We got coffee, danish breakfast pastry and Texas style kolaches a couple of days ago. Coffe and food was so good that we went 11 miles out of the way to get the same items following day. Stacey was the one who gave us excellent...service. All of the items we got were deliciously warm and coffee was excellent!More
Before heading up to Bryce Canyon National Park for the day, our family of 7 stopped here to get loaded up on caffeine. A guy waited on us, and we teasingly asked him where the cowgirl was. He was a good sport. The drinks were...made to order and every one of us were totally delighted in them. We would highly recommend this place.More
If you are a coffee lover or a fan of smoothies - this is a great place. In addition to drinks they also have to die for cinnamon rolls and a variety of kolaches that are really good. This place is worth stopping by to...check out, you won’t be sorry.More
"Sorry you had to wait," she said. It was a Saturday morning, and there were five people and two cars ahead of us.
And it was worth the wait.
"Here you go, thanks for your patience."
Nothing like a steaming hot cup of well-brewed coffee...and well-crafted cappuccino to go with the Texas Kolache and a warm blueberry muffin we ordered. My companion had the Texas K, eggs, cheddar cheese and cream cheese. I had the muffin (and one flavored apple crumb).
The Cowgirls make their bread, kolaches and muffins fresh every day. They were out of the fruit kolaches on Saturday, but I was able to snag two on Sunday morning.
They were delicious and perfect complements for a chilly June morning to head into Bryce Canyon National Park. I'm not an egg eater, but my companion said that it was delicious, and ordered the same on Sunday morning. She sighed with the first sip of cappuccino. It must be good. The first go-round was not quite sweet enough for her taste, so on Sunday, she asked for extra packets of sugar to take with us.
On Sunday, I had the cream cheese and blueberry kolaches. The dough had the right balance of sweetness and fresh dough tang. The cream cheese was melted, soft and yummy. I liked it but was a little disappointed in the blueberry in that the filling was more of a compote, and I was expecting some fruit to be present.
Being open before seven on a Sunday morning in Utah is appreciated. In some smaller towns, it's a challenge to find good coffee at that hour on a Sunday morning.
There's a picnic table if you want to eat there, but it's a tiny cabin with walk-up and drive-up windows. Located towards the east (Bryce Canyon) edge of town, it's fronts Hwy 89 between a convenience store and a car wash.More