Too Tired Coffee, Tea and Treats 

            Brandi Ronau and family saw the need for a coffee shop in Downtown Jeffersonville and with the immense amount of bicycle traffic in the area, the idea of a coffee and bike shop was brought up. Although the lack of space led to the bike shop not being established, Too Tired Coffee, Tea and Treats has made a major impact in the lives of the locals in the Downtown area since its opening in September, 2015.

The comfortable, laid back atmosphere has kept local customers coming back and spreading the word throughout the community. Whether it’s a customer’s first time stopping into Too Tired or if a customer stops in several times a week, it is very apparent that the staff at Too Tired knows their stuff when it comes to coffee and hospitality! Customers can try a beverage for the first time and become educated on it rather than going on without knowing the difference between a latte and a cappuccino.

            Too Tired offers an array of drinks, hot and cold, that have proven to be very popular in the Jeffersonville community. Customers can order a cup of black coffee and little do they know that what is being put in their cup is so much more than that. The “house blends” that they offer are not found just anywhere. They teamed up with Starlight Coffee Co., out of Starlight, Indiana, to create blends such as the increasingly popular Mocha Java. Too Tired and Starlight Coffee Co. have made these blends especially for Too Tired, so even though you may have tasted Starlight Coffee Co, you have probably never tasted the delicious blends offered at Too Tired.

            Another popular drink is their Caramel macchiatos. They can come hot or cold, topped with whipped cream or not and made with espresso or made with regular coffee for those looking for good flavor, but not a big rush. If you are looking for a favorite cold drink, try their Monkey Butter. This is a cold, blended drink made with bananas, peanut butter and chocolate syrup. Also available, Too Tired also offers a huge variety of hot teas. They also have 40 to 45 syrup flavors to make a delicious drink for every different taste craving.

            Too Tired has more to offer than just hot and cold beverages, they offer breakfast sandwiches on bagels and wraps, and they even have tasty scones, muffins and more. The owners of Too Tired also own The Red Yeti, located next door which makes it much easier to get quality food for their breakfast sandwiches. The pastries are made fresh daily and you can find a variety in the display case.

            Recently, Too Tired has added their new lounge area in the back of the coffee shop to maximize the seating area. “Before, we just had a bunch of people standing around, which is fine if you’re waiting for your coffee, but what about the customers who want to sit down and enjoy it? We needed more space,” Ronau said.

            In the future, Too Tired looks at expanding not only the coffee shop, but their menu as well. Elaine and Brandi Ronau both plan to add more smoothies to the menu in the Spring. Be sure to keep an eye out on their Facebook page for upcoming specials and coffee shop updates.

            On top of the relaxing atmosphere in Too Tired, you will find several pieces of art on the walls. These pieces are made by local artists and are available to be purchased! That’s right – if you enjoy a piece so much you want to take it home, you have that option!

            From your choice of a hot or cold beverage, to a pastry or a breakfast sandwich, you are sure to get your money’s worth at Too Tired Coffee, Tea and Treats. If you’re a frequent customer, you want to be sure to join their rewards program – Perk App! You never know what your daily pick-me-ups can get you! If you’re in a hurry, Too Tired wants to remind you that you can call in an order! Just call the shop, place your order and they will have it ready when you arrive. You can reach them at (812) 725-8725.

Too Tired can be found in the heart of Downtown Jeffersonville at 250 Spring Street. They are open seven days a week. Monday through Friday, 6:30 a.m. until 7 p.m., Saturday, 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. and Sundays 8 a.m. until 7 p.m.