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Church Street Coffee & Books
Wishing all of you a very Happy Thanksgiving! We are taking a day off to spend time with our families. Offering delicious pastries, their Break-Up Cookies are legendary. But this coffeeshop also doubles as a bookstore with new releases lining the walls and counters. The atmosphere inspires you to open a book and get lost reading. You can even order a book from them online. Charlotte provides a glimpse into the book here
Ratings and reviews
Love this little place. If I were a local I'm sure I'd be in here constantly. And praise God I'm not because their "breakup cookies" were truly, without a doubt, the best cookies I've ever eaten. I took two back home with me to Illinois and tried to make them last as long as I could. I don't see how I'd resist having one every single day. This would be the place that I hang out at if it were in my hometown. Not only is the coffee excellent, their selection of books is impressive.
Quick trip for dessert after lunch. Cashier was attentive and friendly. Prices are pretty high but cookies delicious. This small coffee shop is special to us as they have the best coffee and people in town. Great baked goods too! It is always nice to find a good local coffee place.
Chocolate makes everything better. That is what one of the original Church Street bakers reasoned when she was planning on breaking up with her boyfriend, so she whipped up a batch of her chocolate chip cookies to sweeten the news. Six years later, the infamous Breakup Cookie has a cult following in the Mountain Brook community. Coffee shop owners Carrie Rollwagen and Cal Morris always envisioned opening a coffee and book shop that offered locals a place to congregate in Crestline Village. Rollwagen handled the book side of Jonathan Benton, Bookseller, formerly located in Crestline. When the Starbucks space became available, they jumped at the opportunity, and Church Street Coffee and Books became a reality.