Joe Sippers has NEW ARTWORK up! Community Support Systems has placed artwork on display for purchase. The paintings available have been painted by one of their many talented artists who participate in the Community Support Systems Art Program. Each painting is $20 (includes tax) Community Support Systems is a not-for-profit organization providing support for people with disabilities and their families. Learn more at www.csscares.org.
Happy Friday, Effingham! We will have our amazing Salmon Dill Chowder as our special for the day! We also offer a variety of delicious meatless options as well! ➡️Crab Salad & Red Pepper Panini Sandwiches ➡️Huevos and Caprese Breakfast Wraps ➡️Vegan Thai & Herbivorian Wraps ➡️Spinach Salad, Garden Salad, Soup & Salad #lent #meatless #nomnomnom #cafe #coffeeshop #visiteffingham #effinghamil
Check out our article in the Effingham Daily News Progress Issue that focuses on women in our community. Did you know Joe Sippers Cafe is now a woman-owned cafe? Check out the full article online, page 40 of the Progress Issue! Joe Sippers Café has been in the Effingham area since 2005. However, in 2018, it started a new chapter. Emily Debenham became the new owner. Emily brings over 10 years of food and beverage experience, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management to the business. Joe Sippers Café has many ideas in store for 2019 - new menu items, new pastries, new drinks, and they expect to launch online ordering and delivery this summer. So, make sure you stop by and check them out. You can follow them on Facebook and Instagram at Joe Sippers Café or visit the website at joesippers.com to order some coffee or just check in on what’s new.
Sometimes it's not coffee that gets you through your Monday. Sometimes it's sweets...AND coffee!! ☕️ Stop in for your afternoon pick-me-up! #coffeeanddesert #coffeeshop #cafe #effinghamil #visiteffingham #nomnomnom #musthave
We love the sweet and berry notes to the Costa Rica Aguilera Bros Finca Angelina bean. We have proudly offered Aguilera Hermanos coffee in the past. In fact, the only difference this time around is that this crop comes from Finca Angelina, or Angelina's Farm, while our last Aguilera coffee came to form Finca Toño, or Antonio's Farm. Gotta love a family business! We always have Costa Rica coffee, here's why. Our CoSuCo Espresso Blend features a natural Costa Rica coffee as a very important ingredient. Blends are essentially recipes to achieve a specific flavor profile. So with our Espresso Blend, we are looking for coffees that give us the right balance of sweetness, brightness, and body when magnified. I say magnified because that is basically what espresso is, concentrated coffee. Naturally processed Costa Rica coffee provides a unique sweetness element that makes or breaks our CoSuCo Espresso Blend, so accordingly we make this coffee a priority. Because of its importance, we source a high-quality Costa Rica for our recipe but also offer it as a fantastic single-origin. As a single-origin, it is roasted appropriately to bring out its unique honey processed goodness from folks who take great care in their craft, like the Aguileras.