New coffee to bring a French touch to Hershey with hot chocolate bombs, La Colombe Coffee
An American bistro with a French twist is on its way to Hershey.
âWe are very proud to bring a local business to downtown Hershey,â said Angela Megoulas, co-owner of CafÃ© aMusÃ©e. âWe have developed an excellent menu that balances unique selections with more classic dishes.â
She is joined in the company by a friend and business partner, Irene Gekas. The two have been operating restaurants in Hersheypark for about 18 years and owned 2,201 in the Boro at Camp Hill by the early 2000s.
Their new cafe will showcase breakfast and lunch options and introduce central Pennsylvania to La Colombe coffee roasters. La Colombe is headquartered in Philadelphia and operates cafes in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles.
Guests can order La Colombe’s famous coffee latte and cold infusion, as well as âBlack and Tanâ, a combination of the two coffee drinks on tap.
Breakfast options will include a hot cinnamon skillet, a crust served with chocolate or a chocolate and hazelnut spread and a croque monsieur. For lunch, diners will find Wagyu beef burgers, grilled salmon sandwiches, and tahini cauliflower bowls.
In addition, there will be steak fries, gratin macaroni and fried southern chicken. Daily specials and homemade soups will complete the offer, along with pastries and breads delivered daily from bakeries in Philadelphia.
For those looking for a sweet treat, the cafe will serve up popular hot chocolate bombs with a side of steamed milk for the hot chocolate. Diners can also order syringes filled with hot milk chocolate, sold separately or with whipped cream and strawberries to garnish dessert pizzas.
Entrance to the museum is not compulsory for dining in the restaurant.
The hours of operation of the cafÃ© will be 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Online ordering will be available via Cafea Musee’s website. The phone is 717-508-1729.