A new place to grab baked goods and coffee has come to Hinckley.
Earlier this month, Coco Cafe had its grand opening. So far, the locally-owned cafe has earned great reviews from patrons.
Here's what one customer named Kayla wrote in a Google review:
Everyone was so kind. Pastries were DELICIOUS. We can’t wait to come back for dine-in so we can try the crepes fresh. So So happy to finally have a locally owned cafe, we will continue to support.
Another customer named Rebecca wrote:
What a treat!! Everything was delicious! Hinckley is so lucky! Flaky buttery croissant, delicious drinks, and yummy crepes!
Their baked goods are handmade and baked fresh every day in the shop. If you want something sweet, try their pain au chocolat. Coco Cafe also makes pain aux raisins (in addition to raisins, these pastries are filled with custard), blueberry scones (which are also flavored with a little bit of lemon), sour cream coffee cake, brownies, cinnamon buns, donut croissants, and regular croissants.
If you want something savory, Coco Cafe offers ham and cheese croissants, kosher hot dogs wrapped in a croissant, and bacon and egg brioche.
The shop also serves crepes. They have traditional crepes that come with just lemon juice and sugar. If you want something sweet, check out their chocolate and banana crepe, which is filled with chocolate hazelnut spread and sliced banana. If you want something savory, check out the ham and cheese crepe.
They also make fresh bread. Their menu has artisan-style sourdough loaves, demi-baguettes, focaccia, country loaves (which have a crunchy exterior and chewy interior), and fluffy potato bread.
Coco Cafe also has burek (which are pastries made with phyllo dough and filled with meat), pizza rolls, and empanadas.
If you need some caffeine, they offer drip coffee, cold brew (which is made in-house and brewed for 12 hours), cappuccinos, lattes, Americanos, espresso, and cortado (which is half espresso and half steamed milk). If you want something a little more indulgent, the cafe also offers affogato (vanilla ice cream topped with espresso).
If you don't care for coffee, Coco Cafe offers iced tea that is brewed in-house, a selection of hot teas (caffeine-free teas are available), and Mexican hot chocolate.
If you want to check out the coffee shop, it's located at 1296 Ridge Rd, Hinckley, OH 44233 (which is right by the post office). The shop is open Tuesday to Saturday from 7 AM to 2 PM. It's closed on Mondays and Sundays.
Comments / 0