Another mommy-daughter day means more new food spots and new reviews! First stop was for breakfast and coffee at the The Farmhouse. I am sad to say that it took me so long to find and then go to it. This cute little coffee shop is a must stop if your in the Downingtown area or driving through the area!
Ambiance/Atmosphere: The inside is so welcoming and it stays true to its name, with a farmhouse vibe and decor. You’ll see farm doors and wooden furniture. The tables are spaced out for social distancing but they also have outdoor seating!
Drinks: They have a great variety of drinks, both hot & cold, coffee, tea and more! Along with the regular options, they offer seasonal options as well. Both mom and I picked seasonal options: iced raspberry mocha and iced Irish cream lattes. We give them 10/10!
Menu: They offer a variety of pastries, cookies, donuts and scones. We has such a hard time deciding what we want, so of course we ordered a variety to share! We ordered a cream cheese cookie (rating: 9/10), turkey sausage, egg and cheese croissant (Rating: 10/10), chocolate glazed donut (Rating 10/10), and everything bagel scone (rating 10/10). Everything was delicious and we recommend it all. The croissant was buttery and savory as well. Their donuts are moist, and not dry or too sweet. The scone was my favorite with the cream cheese in the middle. It was similar to eating am everything bagel, but more like a scone. It was the perfect combination!
Tips/Recommendations: As I said before, it is a must try stop. They also have a drive thru, if you are just passing through the area! Make sure you try something off the menu. You will not be disappointed. Keep an eye out as they have specials, like $1 donut days! The coffee is freshly brewed and delicious with a variety of flavors; if you like coffee give it a go! And as always, try something new every time you! Next door they have a creamery! It is currently closed and will reopen for the summer season. But I cannot wait to try it! Keep your eyes out for full review!
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