Lumber Jack's Coffee & Snacks for Delicious Food and Great Customer Service

Monday, January 6, 2020
Coffee......who does't need or love coffee?  And who doesn't love a delicious snack for the road?  That's exactly what you'll find at Lumber Jack's Coffee & Snacks on Route 7 in Hoosick NY on the border of New York and Vermont.


I included Lumber Jack's in my Best Business blog post, but I wanted to tell you more about it, so here goes! We found Lumber Jack's this fall when we were on a family caravan to Vermont.  Our son-in-law drives a tractor trailer and passes Lumber Jack's once a week on his delivery route.  He'd never been able to check it out though because Lumber Jack's is a drive-through....technically a 'drive around' and his rig is too big to maneuver around.  So when we were planning our day in Vermont, he added Lumber Jack's to the itinerary.  That trip was in August and I have to admit John and I have been back at least three times since....twice in passing and once as a dedicated trip specifically to this addicting snack stop!

Steve and Kimberly Beaudry are the third owners to run the coffee shack which was originated in 2005 by Michael Green.  The business was then known as the Coffee Connection.   In 2015 Green sold the business to Vallis and Duane Goodermote who changed the brand and product line as well as the name, naming the business after one of their children.  Two years later the Goodermotes sold the business to Steve and Kim who put their food service experience to work and brought Lumber Jack's where it is today.

With their own coffee line, also available by the pound, all-day breakfast sandwiches, bagels, muffins and mouth-watering, warm cider donuts, it's no surprise this modest little shack is a favorite among travelers.  To go along with the super friendly service, the shack offers hot and iced coffee, lattes, cappucino, chai latte, tea and hot cocoa.  They also sell maple syrup.  For those wondering....yes, there are wonderful cider donuts in and around Clifton Park.  Lakeside Farm, Bowman's Orchard and FoCastle Farm all serve delicious donuts...........but, I've got to say, Lumber Jack's are my favorites and so worth the drive (51 miles/37 minutes from Clifton Park)!  Their toasted bagels and breakfast sandwiches are pretty outrageous too.

Plan a ride out Route 7 sometime soon and watch for the pretty little Lumber Jack Coffee & Snack Shack. Sure, you'll probably pass a bunch of Stewart Shops and convenience stores, but you won't be able to beat the friendly service and deliciousness of a hot cider donut at the Lumber Jack.  You will be glad you did and I know you'll go back again and again.   Stop in and tell 'em I sent you.  Follow them on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/lumberjackscoffee/) or check out their website and menu (https://lumberjackscoffee.com/)   There's a reason why they've got 1600 followers and hundreds of rave reviews.
Stay tuned because I have one more great snack venue to share next time on Life As I See It.

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