Yellow Dog Coffee Co. now open in Spicewood

Yellow Dog Coffee Co. opened for business July 17.

Yellow Dog Coffee Co. opened for business July 17.

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Yellow Dog Coffee Co. opened for business July 17 in Spicewood. Barista and owner Ireland Gillies runs the coffee stand offering a list of lattes, teas, muffins and kolaches. Gillies offers customer punch cards, 50 cent tea refills and drive-thru window service. The shop is located at 9807 Hwy. 71 E., Spicewood, in front of the Spicewood Volunteer Fire Department. The coffee company is on Facebook as Yellow Dog Coffee Co.
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