Coffee in the restaurant-dense Highlands area of Louisville just took a big step forward with the opening of Gralehaus, a new coffee bar, cafe, beer outpost and soon-to-be bed-and-breakfast concept from the team behind the Holy Grale and the Louisville Beer Store.
The small dining area is defined by the bar, which includes Louisville’s first Modbar system. Using Intelligentsia coffees, Gralehaus offers a small coffee and espresso menu along side a nice list of creative teas, fresh juice drinks and house-made sodas. Some of the wilder coffee-based drinks include the Sorghum latte and the Peanut Butter and Jelly con Panna (a double shot of espresso topped with peanut butter whipped cream and house jam).
The food menu features lots of homemade biscuits complementing new takes on Southern classics, like biscuits & duck gravy, and lamb sausage & grits.
For more on Gralehaus, check out this profile, including amazing photos, from the Coffee Compass. Michelle Jones at Consuming Louisville also has a local review.