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The omelet ($9.95) is mixed with peppers, sausage, onions, cheese and tater tots pressed into a wae iron.
According to its owners, Just Love Coee Georgetown rarely has an empty seat. (Photos by Hunter Terrell/Community Impact Newspaper) Just Love Coee Cafe Georgetown restaurant helps customers make connections I t was not their fondness of this,” Marie said. Just Love Coee was founded BY HUNTER TERRELL
Marie Talley and her husband, Chad, opened Just Love Coee Cafe in Georgetown in 2019.
All Just Love Coee sandwiches are served with a side of chips and a pickle. Pictured is the BLT ($8.95).
boosts local agricultural eorts by using local dairy products and salsa. “I love going to the farmers market and nding something I can use here,” Marie said. The Just Love Coee menu includes decadent wae combos such as the Berry Bo Berry that has blackberries, strawberries, raspberries and blueberries topped with whipped cream; classic sandwiches such as the BLT; and vegetarian-friendly and gluten-free options. “We utilize the wae iron in a variety of ways,” Marie said. “If you have never tried to make a quesadilla in a wae iron, it can be done.” The food menu is accompanied by a long list of caeinated beverages ranging from a traditional macchiato to sweeter, coee-based drinks.
coee or waes that led Marie and Chad Talley to open Just Love Coee Cafe; it was their passion for people. “Opening Just Love [Coee] gave us the opportunity to listen, connect and build better relationships in our community,” Marie said. “Each person that walks through the door could be having the best day of their life, or the absolute worst, and it is important to see how we t into that.” Marie was at home with her four kids when her husband, Chad, a director at Dell Technologies, brainstormed the idea of opening a Just Love Coee franchise. “With no previous experience ... we felt like God really called us to
in 2009 by Rob and Emily Webb in Nashville. Their story boasts a strong emotional background and purpose that they said the Talleys were instantly drawn to. “[The Webbs] opened [the rst Just Love Coee] to provide nancial support for families going through the adoption process,” Marie said. “They really are the most seless people you could ever meet.” Opening the fth store in 2019, the Talleys were given a strong sense of autonomy and creativity. “We told them, ‘We can’t serve breakfast in Texas without the option of a breakfast taco,’” Marie said. “And they were totally on board with that.” Just Love Coee Georgetown also
Just Love Coee Cafe 1013 W. University Ave., Ste. 195, Georgetown 512-591-8875 https://justlovecoeecafe.com Hours: Mon.-Sat. 6 a.m.-9 p.m., Sun. 7:30 a.m.-9 p.m. The Berry Bo Berry wae ($8.95) is topped with strawberries, blackberries, raspberries and blueberries.
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