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A lot going on in Greensburg, KY: Coffee shop and more



2012-01-18 - 115-117 Public Square, Greensburg, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
The Longhunters Coffee and Tea Company now shares this beautiful renovated building with its sister company, the Kentucky Market House/Artful and Unique Good on the Square in Greensburg, KY and is now fully operational. The sign is in place for a Green County History Museum planned for the second floor. It is the first non-profit 501(3)(C) museum in Green County. The Longhunters Coffee and Tea Company has a breakfast menu and serves a variety of espresso drinks, sandwiches, soups, crepes, pastries and more and is open 6amCT-7pmCT. The restaurant is the latest, to open in the Historic Downtown. Next door, is the Kentucky Headhunters Cafe, once the famed A. Ennis Cafe which was never closed. Around the corner on W. Court Street, there's a bustling Snappy Tomato Pizza restaurant; diagonally across the Square there is a new and busy Mexican Restaurant, Los Agaves, and coming soon, on S. Main Street, there will be a downtown hotel, Green River House, with 10 rooms, a 75 seat restaurant and an honest-to-goodness Tavern. The renovation of that building will take place just as soon as Circuit Judge Dan Kelly certifies a recent local option election, possibly as early as February of this year. Colonel Bill and Justine Landrum are the principals in Stonehammer Properties, LLC, owners of the real estate housing the Longhunters/Kentucky Market complex and Green River House. The Landrums operate the coffee house, and are partners with Mimi Moore and Judy Weatherhold in Kentucky Market. Downtown Greensburg is approximately 17 miles from downtown Columbia, on KY 61, with historic Milltown, Clay Ridge and the Ebenezer turn off along the way. The trip has added attractions with the homes of Jane Todd Crawford and Dakota Meyer, and the huge Garrison Construction Campus, home of the Green River Antique Gas Engine and Tractor Show. It's a neat Extended Lunch Hour Daytrip to and from Greensburg and Columbia.

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