We stopped here on the drive from Bryce Canyon to Zion on Thursday, 7/7/2022. I got the Egg and Cheese Bagel ($7). It was very good! The bagel was nice and warm. My husband got the Bacon, Egg & Cheese Bagel ($8) and Breve ($5.50). He said both were good! Great place to stop in between national parks!
Definitely lives up to the ratings of others. High quality food and drinks. Definitely worth the money. Hot sandwiches and bagels are excellent. We are almost certain to stop again tomorrow morning. Not much room for dine in. Small counter inside and a couple of covered picnic tables outside. Just perfect for a quick breakfast.
If you?re from the city, and you need coffee , you gotta stop here. We all love ourselves a vacay out into this beautiful country, but we all love a place we can stop for a quick city element and some great coffee. Who was it that said : ?this is the place?? Anywho. This is it. Stop. It?s cute, quick bite and great coffee. So cute!
Was traveling through this area with a family member who had heard that there was a "The Place" in Hatch for breakfast. Mind you, Hatch UT barely qualifies as a "wide spot in the road". There was only one qualified candidate: Sevier Coffee. First and foremost, this is primarily a coffee shop. I think the coffee menu board had between 12 and 15 (more?) items. I like good coffee but have simple taste: I had an Americano (black). The hot breakfast menu had 7 to 9 items (1 or 2 were vegetarian but not vegan). We both had the "Bacon Breakfast Burrito". If you're familiar, it was just a bit smaller than a Chipotle® burrito. (!!!) Scrambled egg, fried diced potatoes, bacon (not really that much - my only criticism?) in a flour tortilla, heated to slightly crispy around the edge, with a side of thick salsa. My relative couldn't finish and took the remainder for later. We were so impressed, even though we had moved campsites, we went back the next day. I repeated my order, my relative switched to the "Bacon (something?) Croissant". We also split an Almond Danish. (Delish! Perfect flakyness [sp?]) While we didn't ask, we are both convinced that someone there has attended a culinary school and specialized in baking/pastry. We both believe that both the croissant and the danish were made onsite and not purchased from a supplier. We have no evidence - I wish they hadn't been so busy or I'd have asked. The first day we stopped, we both needed to make use of the "facilities". There are 2. Both unisex. Accessed from outside, not the shop interior - always a red flag for what's behind the door. I have never, ever, been in an 'outside access only' bathroom so clean! I complemented them on it! Minor issue - turn on either the hot or cold tap for the sink and, water leaked from around the cold water handle. I didn't even tell them, they may not know. Extremely minor. For a breakfast, some might find it a bit pricey. The Burrito was $10, the Croissant $9 the smaller of 2 coffee sizes was (I think) $3.50 each. But well worth it. You get your money's worth in quality. The staff was polite. There is minimal seating indoors (a bar with 4 stools); more outside (4 picnic tables). Hours are only 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. (which reinforces my opinion they are baking before 7 and going home to sleep after 2! Seriously! If you are anywhere near Hatch Utah between 7 and 2, stop by for a good coffee, a good, fresh breakfast or (if there are any left) croissant. This is not a made up review. This is either the longest or 2nd longest review I've written for Google. Usually only for the best things I've found. (You have to be really bad to get a bad review from me.) But these people running this place, they deserve your business. Thank you, Sevier Coffee for 2 great starts to my day!
We ordered hot chocolate, vegetarian and Bacon breakfast burritos. Everything was fantastic, awesome place on the way to Bryce!
Small cafe in small town is open during the summer tourist season. A lot of out side seating with a cover. Bacon croissant used a local made croissant and had a secret sauce on it. God it was good. Coffee was good too.
The iced coffee was good. It still had a strong taste and chocolately flavor despite the ice. My friends ordered the hot coffee and said it tasted watery. The bagel with egg and cheese was good but nothing special. I wish the bagel was slightly more toasted. I dont think they make their own bagels and wish they offered more flavors such as whole wheat.
This place is awesome. You can make pretty much everything on the menu vegan and/or gluten-free which is amazing for a small town like this. The barista working there was super friendly and helpful and she made our drinks in like two seconds. They have oat, almond, soy, and coconut milk too if you prefer dairy-free. Food took maybe ten minutes at most and was delicious especially considering the relatively low prices. I went there at around 9 am on a week day and there were a few other people around but it wasn't packed and I barely had to wait at all. I think it took me a totally of 15-20 minutes from the moment I walked through the door to when I left with all my food and coffee. I can totally see why people love this place and why it has a five-star rating. Definitely recommend!!
The best american in Hatch, Sevier Coffee Co. is in the business of creating mouthwatering food, memorable experiences and perfect atmospheres. If you're looking for something to eat, be sure to drop in and try their coffee. Call them at (435) 487-9040 to find out more!
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