--among other delicious things. As soon as I walked into the Neidhammer I knew I was about to be served one of the best cups of coffee in my life. I wasn’t wrong. I took a chance and tried the Nutella latte, and I think I died and went to latte heaven! The syrup is house-made, among many different specialty drinks (previously carried were the root beer float with espresso, chocolate cherry, and vietnemese iced coffee to name a few.)
The drinks aren’t the only unique thing about Neidhammer. The building in itself is reason enough to stop in for a visit. It was originally built around the 1900s, and hosted the Oddfellows fraternal organization on the third floor. Down below lived a german family that owned a pharmacy. Their names? Neidhammer. The owners of Neidhammer Coffee wanted to start a business that was very community-focused while keeping as much of the historical integrity of the building intact, thus the name. In my opinion they did a great job at this. Even still, they incorporated a modern flair with the furniture and artwork. The upper floors of the Neidhammer are also available to rent out for events such as weddings, showers, even co-work and office space. See more information here.
Neidhammer carries Carabello coffee beans. As for food they do have a breakfast/lunch menu and they carry muffins and pastries from both Sunrise Bakery and Circle City Sweets (which are also amazing by the way, I snagged a blueberry muffin on my way out.)
Next time you visit the Neidhammer, be sure to tag me in your Nutella Latte selfies using the hashtag #TheCoffeePassport! xo