Dripolator Coffeehouse

★★★★★
  • 221 W State St

    Black Mountain, NC 28711

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  • 828-669-0999

About Dripolator Coffeehouse

Hours
Sat-Sun 7am-9:30pm, Mon-Fri 6:45am-9:30pm

Food

Food
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When you have this. What a well run little coffee house. I am not a coffee drinker, but they have homemade scones and other yummy cafe items. They have super yummy smoothies. On occasion the owner's daughter makes the best broccoli cheese cornbread you have ever put in your mouth!! The atmosphere is friendly and conducive to quiet conversation as well as getting together with friends. They also serve super yummy desserts if you are out late!

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★★★★★

When you have this. What a well run little coffee house. I am not a coffee drinker, but they have homemade scones and other yummy cafe items. They have super yummy smoothies. On occasion the owner's daughter makes the best broccoli cheese cornbread you have ever put in your mouth!! The atmosphere is friendly and conducive to quiet conversation as well as getting together with friends. They also serve super yummy desserts if you are out late!

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This place is a good location for a first date. You won't spend a fortune and you'll get a fresh cup of coffee and a place to talk, and linger. Local art, often for sale, decorates the brick walls of this historic building. They brew Fair Trade coffees from all over the world, so the house brand of the day is always good. Little descriptions of what house brew is currently perking, entice the customer to try exotic "world" coffees. On the way to the counter to order, fresh pastries, such as muffins and danishes, are available to eat with your cappucino.

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This place is a good location for a first date. You won't spend a fortune and you'll get a fresh cup of coffee and a place to talk, and linger. Local art, often for sale, decorates the brick walls of this historic building. They brew Fair Trade coffees from all over the world, so the house brand of the day is always good. Little descriptions of what house brew is currently perking, entice the customer to try exotic "world" coffees. On the way to the counter to order, fresh pastries, such as muffins and danishes, are available to eat with your cappucino.

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