Generations and its neighbor, Simplee Southern Grace, took first place in the lighting competition sponsored in Liberty City by the Health Fix Store, Meadow Noyer All State, Bluebonnet News, the Liberty-Dayton Chamber of Commerce and Precision Lawns.
By Ben Stewart, who reports for Bluebonnet News
In a world that seems to be moving towards a future of fast food and workers with no passion for their jobs, the locals want nothing more than the traditional family restaurant.
Tammy Crump replied to the community eight years ago when she founded Generations on the Liberty Square. Nowadays, Generations Liberty serves up delicious sandwiches, lavish coffee, and decadent desserts. Crump, who previously worked as a hairdresser, originally planned to open a bookstore with a coffee shop, but quickly realized that this was an opportunity to realize her childhood dream of owning a coffee shop with her family.
Crump is the owner and chef, her daughter Morgan Crump is the house barista and her mother BB Norris runs the bakery. These three generations are the namesake of the café and the philosophy by which they live.
Generations coffee and sandwich shop is located at 1806 Sam Houston St., Liberty.
The first time you open the iconic blue door, the smell of baked goods and coffee makes you feel at home. Soft colors and rustic decorations make this cafe a comfortable cafe for lunch or a place to hang out with friends. WiFi access is available to anyone who needs to work outside the home, and the quiet but busy atmosphere can help you stay focused without being distracted.
In addition to the cozy atmosphere and the friendly people, the food is a must. If you’re looking for breakfast, Generations has: breakfast tacos, breakfast croissants, oatmeal, yogurt parfait, cinnamon toast, bagels with cream cheese, avocado bowls, and breakfast bowls. For those looking for excellent sandwiches, Generations offers: Chicken Salad Croissants, BLT on Croissants, Turkey Melts, Clubs, Chicken and Bacon Ranch Paninis, Montecristo Sandwiches, and Keto Chaffle BLTs.
Anyone looking for a soup or salad can expect: soup of the day, pasta salad, cooked salad, soup bowl, summer salad trio, chicken salad in a cup, chicken salad in a bowl and specialty soups. For those first stopping by, there is the Chicken Salad Croissant. It’s the sandwich that started it all.
If you’re not hungry, Generations also offers a variety of drinks. In addition to the non-alcoholic basic drinks, they offer lemonade, iced tea and pearl drinks. If you need a caffeine boost, the espresso and coffee on offer features brewed coffee, espresso, americanos, lattes, cappuccinos, macchiatos, fraps and chai lattes.
The Honeybun Latte is recommended for beginners. It’s a smooth, balanced coffee that has just the right amount of sweetness in it. If you were born with a sweet tooth, Generations has just the thing for you. The bakery offers pecan pie muffins, cookies, pound cakes, in-a-cup desserts, and even specialty cakes. Beginners must try the pecan pie muffins. They were the first baked goods to go on sale and turned out to be the # 1 generation best-sellers. If you ask around, anyone who has ever had it knows how addicting they can be!
In the future, a bright future lies ahead of us for generations. Online orders are available now and they hope to start events in the near future. You can find them online on their website https://www.generationsliberty.com/, on Instagram @generationscoffeeshop and on Facebook @generationscoffeeshop.
Note: As the winner of the Christmas Lighting Contest sponsored by The Health Fix, Bluebonnet News, Meadow Noyer AllState, Precision Lawns, and the Liberty-Dayton Chamber of Commerce, one of the prizes was an article in Bluebonnet News.