Santa Fe Espresso

My friend and former fellow quilt guild member, Sue, recently moved from the country into town after she and her husband became empty nesters, and they opened up the cutest little coffee shop in their tiny town.

It’s called Santa Fe Espresso, and it’s right on the square in downtown La Plata, MO. 

Not only is it a coffee shop with lots of wonderful coffee selections, they also serve homemade pies and pastries, and all sorts of goodies for lunch.

My friend, Rose Marie, and I stopped in shortly after they had opened for business, and we really enjoyed it. It’s so cute and cozy!

While we were there, My Cowboy even dropped in and tried one of their sandwiches for lunch. The food is great.

Here’s Sue and her husband, and one of their employees:

So . . . if you’re ever in the vicinity, I highly recommend it as a nice relaxing place to have a coffee break, or get a good lunch. Call me — I’ll meet you there.

I’m just thinking it’s a good thing they’re not really that close to where I live, or I’d be up there every morning!

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Published in: on November 29, 2011 at 6:00 am  Comments (1)  

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  1. Looking forward to stopping in to see Sue and having something yummy! Thanks for posting the pictures.

    We’ll swing by after we pick up Jenni at the train station tonight. Doubt if it is open that late, but at least we’ll see where it is (west side of the LaPlata square, right?). But Monday when we take her back to the train station, we’ll stop in!! Want to join me on Monday, Shelly?


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