A Refill, Please: Jonesborough’s Coffee House Serves Guests from the Corner on Main Street

Coffee lovers in Jonesborough now have a local option for their caffeine needs. The Corner Cup is the only locally-owned coffee shop in Jonesborough, TN.

Owner Debbie Kruse introduced The Corner Cup to Main Street in Jonesborough almost three years ago, although she dreamed of opening a coffee shop for years.

The Corner Cup offers a variety of coffee, which is all brewed with coffee beans roasted at The Coffee Company in Elizabethton, TN.

There is a tea bar with several tea options such as the steaming sweet chai tea, and light eats include homemade crepes and gluten-free pastries.

The Corner Cup stays open Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and is in business on Sundays from noon to 6 p.m.

A Sweet Tooth’s Delight: The Lollipop Shop Serves Smiles for Nearly Two Decades

While taking a family afternoon stroll through Jonesborough, parents focus on antique stores and the historical buildings. Kids, however, have something else in mind. Missing the colorful and playful allure of The Lollipop Shop is hard, especially for sugar fiends.

The Lollipop Shop began serving customers of all ages almost two decades ago after its owner, Jeff Gourley, lost a job and decided to go a different career route. Since its opening, The Lollipop Shop expanded and has locations spanning as far as Georgia and South Carolina.

The candy shop offers a wide variety of candy— 400 different types— that ranges from brands almost a century-old and modern-day favorites.

Domestic Craft or Draft: Tipton’s Street Pub Boasts 50 Types of Beer

Needing a night out with the ladies or guys? Tipton’s Street Pub on Main Street in Johnson City serves $3 shots every night.

Tipton’s boasts a drink menu that offers 50 types of beer from domestic to craft, but if a guest prefers wine, Ladies’ Night on Wednesday slashes wine prices in half.

Lunch specials include meals starting at $6.50, and Happy Hour is 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. every Monday through Friday.

Tipton’s Street Pub stays open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. Monday through Saturday, and it is open from noon to 3 a.m. on Sunday.

Upcoming events include a celebration for Cinco de Mayo, which is dubbed “Cinco de Drinko,” where the downtown pub will serve $2 Dos XX.