Must See: This Cute Café and Gift Shop is Amarillo’s Hidden Gem
Amarillo, Texas is filled with amazing places to shop or to grab a cup of coffee or a quick lunch, however, there aren't many where you can do it all.
This hidden gem in Amarillo is a place that a lot of people haven't heard about, even though it has been open for decades. This cute little boutique and cafe can be found in the Amarillo National Bank Plaza 2 on the main floor.
Ebby's Edible and Getables
Ebby's has the cutest café that serves breakfast and lunch five days a week, and it's super affordable. Most breakfast dishes are less than $6 while most of the lunch dishes are under $10. Each weekday they have a different lunch special on top of their regular menu.
The first time you walk into Ebby's you'll wonder why you haven't been before
Their gift shop is full of unique gifts for everyone in your life. From jewelry to clothing, candles to spices, and everything in between.
If you are looking for the perfect gift but are not sure what, they have the best gift baskets. You'll be able to find that incredible gift for a friend, family, or coworker. Ebby's can help you put together the perfect basket. Ebby's is always ready for every holiday, so there is always the perfect gift to buy for the perfect celebration.
Ebby's also has wine and beer available and can put together the perfect corporate gift baskets for your clients as well.
A lot of people in Amarillo don't know about this hidden gem. For those who work downtown and inside either of the ANB buildings, then Ebby's is a must-stop on a weekly or even daily basis. However, if you have never heard of or been to Ebby's then you are missing out. It's time to stop in.
Plus as a bonus the owner, Jim is one of the nicest people you will ever meet and the staff is always so sweet and helpful.
Ebby's is open Monday - Friday, 7:30 am - 5:30 pm. Make plans to stop by during your lunch hour to eat and shop, or swing by before work to grab breakfast and shop.
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