The cafe also offers dessert selections, including hand-dipped milkshakes and ice cream floats, and wine and local beer offerings, such as B-52 Brewing Co.
Owned by Mike and Mary Kelton, the cafe also offers outdoor seating and gives a portion of its sales from Hunger Boards—family-style meals—to the Montgomery County Food Bank.
“It’s very important to Mary and I to give back to the community we live and work in,” Mike Kelton said in the news release. “The food bank plays a very important role in addressing and resolving food insecurity to so many.”
Hunger Crush Cafe offers seating for 115 indoors and 30 guests outdoors. 936-224-7518. www.hungercrushcafe.com