Start your morning at our local artisan coffee bar and scratch bakery located on the first floor. Indulge in homemade pastries, including gluten-free options, our grab-and-go breakfast and lunch items, fresh fruit and juices, smoothies, and an assortment of organic teas.
Open Daily from 6:00AM – 6:00PM
“Peace, Love, Comfort” fittingly adorns the outside wall of the 8th Street Market in Comfort, TX, which also happens to be the home of the Wander’n Calf Coffee and Espresso Bar.
Owner and operator Wendy Riggott simply loves coffee, and she has been in the coffee business for almost 4 years now. Wander’n Calf is the true definition of an artisan coffee shop and Wendy runs it all – she acquires her beans from a private coffee bean roaster in San Antonio who directly sources the finest coffee from all over the world. The beans are then carefully micro-roasted in small batches for the most flavorful, aromatic coffee.
Wendy’s syrups are homemade with natural ingredients, and her baked goods are entirely crafted from scratch. Patrons can opt for the Nitro cold brew on tap or Wendy’s personal favorite - the pour over. She also offers organic products as well as vegan, gluten-free, and dairy-free items. Her blueberry lemon scones sell out quickly, and rightfully so.
The Wander’n Calf started off as a pop up in the neighboring town of Boerne, TX. They were soon pursued by the owners of 8th Street Market, a local antique and architectural goods store. The Bevy Hotel is now the Wander’n Calf’s second full-time location, and Wendy is very excited to share her passion for coffee and baked goods with the Boerne community once again. More so, The Bevy proudly only serves the Wander’n Calf’s artisan coffee throughout the entire hotel, from catering and banquets all the way to room service.
To make things even more special, The Bevy’s desserts and breakfast pastries are exclusively Wander’n Calf creations as well, so guests can indulge in the freshest baked goods in the Texas Hill Country.
Wendy loves building relationships and interacting with the surrounding communities. She is also the mother of an impaired daughter named Cheyenne, and she has dedicated her life to helping her daughter find an environment where she can work, is comfortable, and fits in. As such, Wendy has created a space for young adults with developmental disabilities to feel successful.
“As a parent and business owner, I’m always trying to navigate and advocate for education and social development,” explains Wendy. “When someone doesn’t develop as quickly, it can be challenging to find a place where he or she fits mentally and emotionally. I was actually an RN before I decided to pursue my passion for coffee and had to figure out what to do with Cheyenne’s future. She loves to bake too, so I quickly realized that this was something that we could do together.
The ‘wandering’ refers to finding a place to belong, while the ‘calf’ represents innocence and needing someone to help – it fits out story perfectly.”
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