1855 Coffee House Vault

About Our Coffee House

Nestled in historic downtown Mazomanie, 1855 Coffee House is named after the year Mazomanie became a village in the state of Wisconsin. What used to be a bank has been renovated into a cozy place to grab a cup of coffee or tea, and a bite to eat. Owner Michelle, a Wisconsin native that grew up on a dairy farm in Elkhorn WI, has always loved the charm of antiques and immediately fell in love with the town and the incredible detail that was so well maintained within the building. 

 

We strive to provide you with an inviting atmosphere reminiscent of your own living room: a gathering place to meet neighbors, friends and family. 

Supporting Local

We seek to support local artisans as much as possible. We source from Brewhaha Roasters in Spring Green, Telsaan Tea in Mount Horeb, Cress Spring Bakery (rustic french bread, morning buns, & muffins) in Blue Mounds, Prem Meats in Spring Green, and RedBarn Catering (soups) in Spring Green. 

1855 Coffee House Artisan Breads