124 Main St.
 Belleview IL
 

Cafe

(618)641-9400

(618)641-9400

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Truly Great Experience

Our staff is endlessly searching for ways to be as innovative and creative with our coffee as we can in order to fit the needs of our customers. We know that our customers have varied tastes and that sometimes those tastes change. We make it easy for our customers to find what they are looking for and to offer many options to choose from. With the same high standards placed on every coffee bean we roast, you can always expect to be receiving the best.We are serious about our coffee and you can undoubtedly taste our dedication.

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One of a kind dishes

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Making food is a passion of ours and always has been, if you want to experience a meal that brings life to your taste buds then you've come to the right place.

We want you to come to our restaurant and leave happy and full. With that in mind the next time you're looking for a something new, come check us out!

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Why Ethical
Coffee Matters 

How can you be sure that you’re buying a coffee that doesn’t exploit the people who grew it? The good news is that it’s actually easy to support the farmer who has labored for many hours to grow and process your coffee.

There’s an enormous difference between the coffee industry as a whole and the specialty coffee sector. The coffee industry as a whole is overwhelmingly dominated by large, multinational companies which supply cheap, generic products in supermarkets. Specialty coffee roasters make up an incredibly small percentage of the industry and are intimately involved in the entire coffee cycle — from farming, to processing and roasting.

High quality coffees are almost always picked by hand. This is a laborious process, as cherries don’t ripen at the same pace, and pickers must return to each tree several times over harvest. Not only does hand picking mean higher quality coffee, but most coffee farmers would consider it terribly unethical to purchase an expensive piece of machinery that would take the jobs of dozens of local workers.