Habby’s Coffee Shack

Coffee House
excellent
Worth a detour
Michael Stern | August 05, 2019
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When I asked Madison, the Coffee Shack barista, about the establishment’s signature Bean Freeze, she explained that it’s like a Frappuccino. Yes, it is. Cool, coffee-forward, and subtly sweet, it is reminiscent of Starbuck’s trademark chilled cappuccino concoction. But it’s creamier, more potent, and not so sugary. It is available with added whipped cream and/or an scattering of espresso beans, in 16 or 24 ounce sizes. In addition to its good taste, the Bean Freeze is fun because it is served from a delightful little roadside hut that’s not a corporate Gargantua.

Beyond a Bean Freeze, the Coffee Shack’s menu includes a full roster of espresso drinks, chai teas, smoothies, and hot chocolate, plus such specialty concoctions as an Almond Joy Mocha, Peppermint Mocha, Creme Brulee, and Snickerdoodle.

Seating is limited to a few outdoor chairs, and there’s no food on the menu.

What to Eat
Habby’s Coffee Shack, Bean Freeze
Bean Freeze
Must-Try
Signature Bean Freeze is like Starbucks' Frappuccino, but better.
Information
Price
$
Seasons
Open Year Round
Meals Served
Breakfast
Credit Cards Accepted
No
Alcohol Served
No
Outdoor Seating
Yes

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