Simpsonville, KY

Brick and Mortar Coffeehouse: Simpsonville, Kentucky

JC Phelps

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Looking for coffee while in Shelby County, Kentucky? Look no further than Brick and Mortar Coffeehouse in Simpsonville, KY. Located near the outlet mall, it’s the perfect stop for a caffeine fix during your day in the Saddlebred Horse Capital of the World!

Brick and Mortar Coffeehouse

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Located in picturesque Simpsonville, Brick and Mortar Coffeehouse is everything that a small-town coffee shop should be: quaint, quiet, welcoming, and above all else, delicious.

I found the menu to be expansive: from hot teas, lattes, mochas, macchiatos, americanos, and espresso to chai tea lattes, cold brew, and frappes — they have it all.

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Brick and Mortar Coffeehouse offers more than drinks, too. Start your morning with toast + jam, granola + yogurt, or a power smoothie. Or, if you’re like me, the Elvis Presley — which is a grilled sandwich made with fresh bread, peanut butter, bananas, and local honey.

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In for lunch or later on during the day? Try one of Brick and Mortar Coffeehouse’s four signature paninis: ham + cheese, turkey + cheese, pizza, and grilled cheese. Apart from that, you can choose from a range of sandwiches, such as chicken salad, tuna salad, pimento cheese, and a classic PB&J (with the option to upgrade to almond butter).

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Visit Brick and Mortar Coffeehouse

You can visit Brick and Mortar Coffeehouse at 6999 Shelbyville Rd, Simpsonville, KY 40067.

About Shelby County, KY

Shelby County, a community of small-town charm and world-class equestrian events, is the American Saddlebred Capital of the World. Home to 90-plus Saddlebred horse farms and breeding and training facilities, ShelbyKY gives visitors a rare peek into the world of the Saddlebred show horse. Attractions include Kentucky’s only designer outlet mall, The Outlet Shoppes of the Bluegrass; the antique, home accessory and furniture shops comprising “Design Destination”; Jeptha Creed Distillery; Bulleit Distillery; Talon Winery; and the Shelby County Community Theatre. ShelbyKY’s dining landscape includes culinary icons Science Hill Inn and Claudia Sanders Dinner House; overnight choices range from brand-name chain hotels to downtown lofts; and there are ample outdoor adventures to enjoy.

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JC Phelps is a Kentucky-based food + southern lifestyle writer.

Louisville, KY

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