Hey, y’all! When traveling the Bluegrass, Blues, and BBQ Region of Western Kentucky, I highly recommend that you add Greenville to your itinerary. A part of Muhlenberg County, Greenville has a small town downtown that is as charming as it can be – and one of the businesses that adds to that charm is Sip and Spin. If you’re like me, you’re always on the hunt for a new coffee shop to try – and I’m so excited to introduce y’all to one of the best today!
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Sip and Spin: Greenville, KY
Sip and Spin offers a variety of coffee drinks and pastries for their guests; additionally, they feature new and used vinyl records, record players, live music, and record sharing events.
This is not your average coffee shop, friends – it’s special. It’s a family effort, with the mother of the owner making the most delicious sweet treats you’ve had in ages; the takeout bags being hand-stamped on a vintage press; and the family being there to support one another. That, coupled with the atmosphere – good music, exposed brick walls, antiques, a vintage piano – makes for one of the most charming, coziest coffee shop experiences that I’ve had in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
Speaking of sweets…
What I Tried
Homemade Strawberry Cake
Homemade German Chocolate Cake
Visit Sip and Spin
115 Main St, Greenville, KY 42345
Nestled in the hills of western Kentucky, Greenville offers a quaint, relaxed atmosphere. Unique shops and eateries line the historic town square and a 100 year old courthouse adorns the center. You will be greeted by smiling faces, charm, and southern hospitality. Visit Greenville – where a small town is a big deal.
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