Andy’s Coffee Shop and Ice Cream Parlor in Delphi: Homemade Food, Indiana Ice Cream

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Andy’s Coffee Shop and Ice Cream Parlor in Delphi: Homemade Food, Indiana Ice Cream

Destined to become the new local hangout, Andy’s Coffee Shop and Ice Cream Parlor in Delphi, Indiana is something that every small town should possess. Warm and friendly, this ice cream parlor/coffee shop/restaurant will keep you coming back again and again and again.

Andy’s Coffee Shop and Ice Cream Parlor in Delphi, Indiana

Andy's Place in Delphi, Indiana Exterior

Andy’s Place in Delphi, Indiana Exterior

That may sound like a big claim, but Andy’s Coffee Shop and Ice Cream Parlor is a unique combination that would be such a boon for any small Indiana town to possess. For starters, they roast their own coffee. This isn’t just ho-hum coffee either, but varieties from around the world.

As it is in a small town, cross table talk is common. When the man nearby ordered Chicken Cabbage Soup, I had to take a look at it. I had never heard of that kind and I do love cabbage. It looked delicious.

Jack brought over some Chicken Cabbage Soup in a bowl for me to sample. As someone who frequently makes soup, I have high standards and this absolutely exceeded them in every way. It tasted as great as it looked with farmer’s market produce like tomatoes and cabbage.

Everything is homemade. After sampling a chocolate chip scone, well, it makes ME want to move to Delphi.

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Andy's Coffee Shop and Ice Cream Parlor in Delphi Indiana

Andy’s Coffee Shop and Ice Cream Parlor Carries Glover’s Ice Cream

I can’t forget dessert. Besides an ever-changing array of fresh, homemade goods like brownies or cookies, there’s also hand-dipped ice cream from family owned and Indiana produced brand Glover’s. With 19 flavors to choose among (at the time of this writing) as well as sundaes or a banana split, the boys and I had a tough time choosing.

Kid #2 ended up with Superman ice cream in a dish, Kid #1 decided to try Bubble Gum, and I went with owner Jack’s suggestion and ordered the Orange Pineapple ice cream. THIS is what ice cream should always taste like. At Andy’s Place, they don’t skimp on filling your cone, either.

If you are lucky, you may make it in when Andy’s Coffee Shop and Ice Cream Parlor hosts a live music event using the stage in the back of this Carroll County cafe. How fun is that?

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It’s just off the Carroll County Courthouse Square. Convenient and good. One thing I can say with certainty is that once word gets out about the food served at Andy’s Place in Delphi, Indiana, folks will be lining up to get in.

To learn about the latest live music events, special menu items, and other updates, do follow Andy’s Ice Cream Parlor and Coffee Shop on Facebook.

What’s your favorite item on the menu at Andy’s Place? Let everyone know in the comments below. 

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Andy’s Coffee Shop and Ice Cream Parlor 
213 S Market Street
Delphi, IN 46923
765.564.2733
Hours:
Tuesday – Saturday: 8 AM – 6 PM
As always, please call ahead to verify hours before making a special trip.

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Jessica Nunemaker is the Owner of Little Indiana.com. More than a website, Little Indiana is a book, "Little Indiana: Small Town Destinations" (IU Press) awarded first place in the "Best in Indiana Journalism for a Nonfiction Book" by the Indiana Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. Little Indiana is also a bi-monthly newspaper column in a local paper and a PBS segment on the former Emmy award-winning program, "The Weekly Special."

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