Hey, y'all! Ice cream and coffee? Yes, please! I was recently in Cave City, KY and found my way into Cave City Coffee and Creamery... and I'm so glad that I did!
Cave City Coffee and Creamery
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Cave City Coffee and Creamery is locally owned and operated. Their owner was so kind, and I enjoyed chatting with her about the business. Remember: you make an impact when you dine locally!
What to Expect
Cave City Coffee and Creamery offers 15 flavors of hand-dipped ice cream. If you're an ice cream purist, there's no reason to look further.
If you are getting ice cream, I recommend their excellent waffle cones!
The cafe itself is very comfortable, with ample indoor seating and outdoor seating to enjoy during the warmer months.
That said, they also offer some enjoyable specialty ice cream offerings. I fell in love with the upside-down banana split. It was divine!
Other offerings include classic banana splits, milkshakes, hot fudge sundaes, and many more.
As for coffee, their selection is large. Guests can enjoy classic roasts, lattes, macchiatos, mochas, cold brews, espresso, and hot chocolate.
Cave City Coffee and Creamery is the perfect spot for locals and tourists alike. As you can see from this pinboard, it has been visited by many travelers!
Visit Cave City Coffee and Creamery
201 Hubbard Ln, Cave City, KY 42127
About Cave City, KY
Cave City describes itself as kitschy, funky, fun, retro, and weird -- there's no other place like it in Kentucky! It's 56 degrees year-round (underground, that is). Mammoth Cave National Park is the second oldest tourist attraction in the United States, Kentucky's first tourist attraction, a World Heritage Site, and International Biosphere Reserve. Mammoth Cave National Park boasts 53,000 acres of natural preserve and the longest cave system in the world, with over 4000 miles of passages and 400 miles of mapped passageways.
You can enjoy all Cave City offers on Exit 53 off Interstate 65.
Facts about Visiting Cave City, KY
- Less than 95 miles from Louisville, KY, and Nashville, TN
- Area lodging establishments accommodate up to 1000 people
- Over 14 eating establishments
- Cave City is Kentucky's Cave Capitol and has nine caves offering over 21 different tours for all experience levels, with two that are handicap accessible
- Cave City is also the Zip Line Capitol of Kentucky (there are three!)
- Over 50,000 square feet of antiques and flea markets
- Horseback riding, canoeing, ziplining, hiking, biking, and various other outdoor activities
- Easy access to museums, historical and cultural attractions, agri-tourism, vineyards, and farmer's markets
Y'all come back now, ya hear?
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