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Denton eats: Kolache Haven

Denton eats: Kolache Haven

Denton eats: Kolache Haven
January 28
09:27 2014

Brittany Armstrong // Intern Writer 

Just before sunrise, while most students are still in bed, the bakers at Kolache Haven whip up breakfast, entailing an array of decadent fruit-filled kolaches. Each pastry is baked daily and topped with a dollop of cream cheese.

Though they don’t have the best kolaches in Texas—the best kolaches can be found at the Czech Stop in the city of West, Texas—they do have a hefty variety and friendly service.

The restaurant is locally owned and operated in Denton, so you’re sure to find a friendly face greeting you behind the counter. The small building is filled with a sense of family between the staff and customers, as employees know many customers by name.

Although the building looks big, the store is rather miniature and has a hole-in-the wall feel. For in house dining, there are two small bar areas but not much else so it’s better to grab and go.

Most importantly, for you late risers, ask them to reheat whatever you order because the food is much more appetizing while hot.

The best thing on the breakfast menu is the Armadillo, a large sausage roll wrapped in dough. If you like it spicy, be sure to get the Jalapeno smoked sausage, but if you can’t take the heat, try the savory hickory smoked sausage.

If kolaches are not your thing, there are several other breakfast pastry options including softball-sized cinnamon rolls, and cinnamon and cream cheese pull apart bread.

If you are not interested in sweets or kolaches for breakfast, they also offer a variety of breakfast burritos.

A visit to Kolache Haven will not hurt your pocket book either as their kolache prices range from $.99-$2.99.

Kolache Haven has also recently introduced a lunch menu and are planning to begin delivery service to apartments surrounding the university.

The shop is located at 301 North Interstate 35E, and is open Monday-Friday from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m., 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, and 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sunday.

Feature photo: Fruit filled Danish from Kolache Haven. Photo by Brittany Armstrong / Intern Writer 

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