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Hometown Coffee and Tea serving lunch

The town of Olney, Texas may be small in population but is not small when it comes to big, bold flavors thanks to the newest establishment to begin lunch service.

Hometown Coffee and Tea is well established as the best place in Young County to get coffee, tea and treats of all nature. Now thanks to owner Holly Bailey, Olney and the surrounding area community will now have a new place to have lunch. Hometown Coffee and Tea recently started serving an upscale lunch menu Monday thru Friday 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Holly said this is an expansion of Hometown Coffee and Tea and that she wanted to serve a healthy option in an atmosphere where the community could sit down to enjoy healthy food and fellowship with one another. Holly says she hopes everyone comes out and understands during the first weeks they will be working out all the kinks but are open to hear your feedback. Holly says Hometown Coffee and Tea is super thankful for the community’s support and love.

Abagail Bueno is the Head Chef of Hometown Coffee and Tea dining services. Abagail says she has wanted to be a Chef ever since she was seven years old because she always enjoyed cooking as a family with her mother and father. Although she says she did consider bull riding , she opted to follow her passion to become a Chef as it is less prone to injuries. Abagail has three years of schooling from Texas State Technical College in Abilene where she studied in the culinary arts program and many years of cooking experience working in restaurant’s.

Holly has worked very hard and was very diligent in making sure everything was done right which included bringing in Food Fanatic Chef, Chef Jeff Moschetti with US Foods to help mentor, give culinary advice and help to make sure the menu gets off the ground running.

Chef Jeff Moschetti trained at the Culinary Academy in San Francisco. Chef Jeff formally was a Chef for the Dallas Cowboys and worked under Dean Fearing known as the father of southwestern cuisine to name a couple. Although Chef Jeff is classically French trained, his style is more like Bruce Lee in that he took the best of all styles of cooking to create his own unique and diverse cooking style. Chef Jeff was on loan to Hometown Coffee and Tea from US Food who wants to see all restaurants be successful through their program Food Fanatics, who help more than 250,000 restaurant’s and food service operations.

Hometown Coffee and Tea is located at 117 E Main St #1921, Olney, TX 76374 their phone number is (940) 564-3311 for information please download the Hometown Coffee and Tea ap or visit their Facebook page Hometown Coffee and Tea.

The Olney Enterprise

213 E. Main St.
PO Box 577

Olney, Texas 76374

Phone: (940) 564-5558

Fax: (940) 564-3992