Local Business Spotlight: Java Cow

PARK CITY, Utah. Java Cow is Main Streets’ landmark combined ice cream, coffee, and pastry establishment. Java Cow’s origin story started in 2003 with a shop featuring Cows Ice Cream from Canada and a Starbucks. The concept for house-made ice cream began when Java Cow owner, Ken Davis, attended ice cream-making school.

“Now we are independently owned and create ALL of our delicious treats in-house!” Java Cow general manager Rebecca Williams exclaims, “We have a full bakery, ice cream production, as well as our cafe, ice cream shop, and retail stores… Our coffee is locally roasted by Cafe Ibis, a fair-trade bird-friendly, Utah coffee roaster.”

With breakfast served all day and a wide assortment of menu items catering to folks with food sensitivities, most visitors will find something scrumptious. Herbivores delight in vegan pastries, smoothies, and coconut-based ice cream flavors. Beyond food, the retail space is brimming with funky gifts.

“We’re constantly changing and evolving to create delicious recipes and fun goodies for all!” Rebecca said.

Java Cow expanded. Check out the second location in Kimball Junction; I Love Moo, Smoothies Too, which features house-made ice creams, smoothies, and Acai bowls.



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