Kim’s Café

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Kim’s Café -will open late June or early July 2021-more details to come!

Kim’s Café is an orchard-fresh cafe serving locally-roasted coffee, specialty espresso beverages, hot cider, homemade baked goods and more.  It’s the perfect stop on your way to work, to our farm market or to pick-your-own!  Our own fruit infuses many of the beverages and baked goods.  Since the cafe opened in September 2014, we have served:

Specialty Beverages

  • Fresh-squeezed juice made with your choice of fruits/veggies
  • Chocolate-covered peep latte
  • Mocha bunny breve latte
  • Raspberry cheesecake latte
  • Kiwiberry lemonade (seasonally)
  • Raspberry mocha topped with homegrown raspberries
  • Hot caramel pear cider
  • Caramel apple pie lattes
  • Pumpkin lattes
  • Caramel cafe au lait
  • Dirty Chai (Double espresso, chai, steamed milk, topped with cinnamon)
  • And more!

Plus, place your order for your espresso beverage (such as a latte or cappuccino) and we’ll create it to your liking!

Homemade Baked Goods (availability varies seasonally)

  • Kiwiberry muffins
  • Apple coffee cake muffins with Autumn Crisp apples
  • Pumpkin scones
  • Pumpkin cream cheese bars
  • And more!

We proudly brew Twin Valley Coffee and New Holland Coffee. Stop by and grab some coffee to-go!

How Kim’s Café began:

Kim Weaver has always loved coffee shops. She says she loves the comfortable, personal atmosphere that draws her in as soon as she steps into a cafe. The dream of starting a cafe of her own began as she talked with her father, Ed Weaver. They dreamed together about creating a warm, welcoming cafe on the grounds of Weaver’s Orchard, and together, they made it a reality.

When she started Kim’s Cafe in September 2014, Kim designed a cafe that captures what the community loves about Weaver’s.  The cafe atmosphere offers a chance for customers to stop and chat with Kim, her fellow baristas and each other as they pick up their beverages, to  enjoy farm-to-table freshness and to savor quality food and beverages… (Read more…)