52 E Washington St. Shelbyville, IN

Just Peachy Cafe

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Attention, Peachy People! 🍑👋 We have some exciting news to share! Just Peachy Cafe will be participating in the Mistletoe Marketplace on Friday, December 1st! 🎁✨

🕗 Operating Hours:
To ensure everyone gets their peachy fix, we will be open from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM and then again from 4:30 PM to 8:00 PM! That gives you plenty of time to swing by and indulge in our delicious treats! 🥐☕

🚧 Road Closure Alert:
Please note that the road in front of our lovely cafe will be closed during the Mistletoe Marketplace. But worry not! 🚗🅿️ We have convenient parking available in the back, so you can easily access our cozy little spot. Just follow the signs and make your way to us!

#justpeachycafein #MistletoeMarketplace #HolidayDelights #PeachyTreats #RoadClosure #ParkingAvailable #VisitUs #exploreshelbycounty
Attention, Peachy People! 🍑👋 We have some exciting news to share! Just Peachy Cafe will be participating in the Mistletoe Marketplace on Friday, December 1st! 🎁✨ 🕗 Operating Hours: To ensure everyone gets their peachy fix, we will be open from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM and then again from 4:30 PM to 8:00 PM! That gives you plenty of time to swing by and indulge in our delicious treats! 🥐☕ 🚧 Road Closure Alert: Please note that the road in front of our lovely cafe will be closed during the Mistletoe Marketplace. But worry not! 🚗🅿️ We have convenient parking available in the back, so you can easily access our cozy little spot. Just follow the signs and make your way to us! #justpeachycafein #MistletoeMarketplace #HolidayDelights #PeachyTreats #RoadClosure #ParkingAvailable #VisitUs #exploreshelbycounty
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"✨ Join us at Mistletoe Marketplace in Shelbyville! 🎄🛍️ Just Peachy Cafe is your go-to spot for delicious eats from 4:30-8pm. Indulge in our full menu of mouthwatering treats that will keep you warm and satisfied while you shop 'til you drop! 🍽️❤️ Don't miss out on this festive culinary experience! #MistletoeMarketplace #JustPeachyCafe #HolidayEats"
"✨ Join us at Mistletoe Marketplace in Shelbyville! 🎄🛍️ Just Peachy Cafe is your go-to spot for delicious eats from 4:30-8pm. Indulge in our full menu of mouthwatering treats that will keep you warm and satisfied while you shop 'til you drop! 🍽️❤️ Don't miss out on this festive culinary experience! #MistletoeMarketplace #JustPeachyCafe #HolidayEats"
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Happy Thanksgiving from our  Peachy family to yours!
Happy Thanksgiving from our Peachy family to yours!
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1.  I always use evaporated milk in my mashed potatoes 
2. I like to bake my turkey the day before the holiday meal. It saves time, oven space, and my sanity. And turkey warmed the next day (in the broth) is great!
3. I always use real butter & whole milk to cook with. 
4. When baking, I always follow the recipe the first time. 
5. I make my holiday ham in a crock pot to save oven space. 
Stay peachy, friends! 
#purduehospitality #purduealumni #shelbycountyin
1. I always use evaporated milk in my mashed potatoes 2. I like to bake my turkey the day before the holiday meal. It saves time, oven space, and my sanity. And turkey warmed the next day (in the broth) is great! 3. I always use real butter & whole milk to cook with. 4. When baking, I always follow the recipe the first time. 5. I make my holiday ham in a crock pot to save oven space. Stay peachy, friends! #purduehospitality #purduealumni #shelbycountyin
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I’ve been in the food industry for 35 years. I’ve tried to learn from my mistakes, my achievements, and other people’s mistakes & achievements. 

When planning to open my very own restaurant, here are a few things I kept in mind through the planning and the execution that have helped us to be successful. 

1. Keep your priorities straight. My top priority is and always will be my family. Some think they are starting a business FOR the family, but that doesn’t work if you MISS all the family. Set a schedule that works for you & yours and stick to it. 
2. Find your niche and stick to it. You cannot be everything to everyone so don’t try to be. Keep your menu simple and do it well. 
3. Know every part of the business. You don’t have to be a professional accountant (I hire that out) but at least understand what they are doing. If your chef says something needs to be done a certain way, you need to understand why. If a server, dishwasher, or cook calls off, you better know how to fill in. 
4. Know there is way more to owning a restaurant than cooking and serving food. We are leaders in the community, we are care takers of our elderly, we are role models for our young, we are the gathering place of many. And we need to take those roles seriously. 
5. You cannot fill from an empty cup. Set time to keep yourself healthy. Eating right, exercising, walking, massage, 8 hours of sleep…. These are important parts to keep our bodies well so we can keep others well. 
6. Ask for help. I know we want it to all be our idea and our execution. In reality, it cannot be. We need that ‘second in command’ to rely on and bounce ideas off of. We need to tap into the experiences and wisdom of others who have come before us. Don’t be so proud that you miss an opportunity to find an amazing mentor(s). 
#restaurantgrandopening #entrpeneur #restaurantlife #purdueuniversity #purduehospitality
I’ve been in the food industry for 35 years. I’ve tried to learn from my mistakes, my achievements, and other people’s mistakes & achievements. When planning to open my very own restaurant, here are a few things I kept in mind through the planning and the execution that have helped us to be successful. 1. Keep your priorities straight. My top priority is and always will be my family. Some think they are starting a business FOR the family, but that doesn’t work if you MISS all the family. Set a schedule that works for you & yours and stick to it. 2. Find your niche and stick to it. You cannot be everything to everyone so don’t try to be. Keep your menu simple and do it well. 3. Know every part of the business. You don’t have to be a professional accountant (I hire that out) but at least understand what they are doing. If your chef says something needs to be done a certain way, you need to understand why. If a server, dishwasher, or cook calls off, you better know how to fill in. 4. Know there is way more to owning a restaurant than cooking and serving food. We are leaders in the community, we are care takers of our elderly, we are role models for our young, we are the gathering place of many. And we need to take those roles seriously. 5. You cannot fill from an empty cup. Set time to keep yourself healthy. Eating right, exercising, walking, massage, 8 hours of sleep…. These are important parts to keep our bodies well so we can keep others well. 6. Ask for help. I know we want it to all be our idea and our execution. In reality, it cannot be. We need that ‘second in command’ to rely on and bounce ideas off of. We need to tap into the experiences and wisdom of others who have come before us. Don’t be so proud that you miss an opportunity to find an amazing mentor(s). #restaurantgrandopening #entrpeneur #restaurantlife #purdueuniversity #purduehospitality
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I’ve been in the food industry for 35 years. I’ve tried to learn from my mistakes, my achievements, and other people’s mistakes & achievements. 

When planning to open my very own restaurant, here are a few things I kept in mind through the planning and the execution that have helped us to be successful. 

1. Keep your priorities straight. My top priority is and always will be my family. Some think they are starting a business FOR the family, but that doesn’t work if you MISS all the family. Set a schedule that works for you & yours and stick to it. 
2. Find your niche and stick to it. You cannot be everything to everyone so don’t try to be. Keep your menu simple and do it well. 
3. Know every part of the business. You don’t have to be a professional accountant (I hire that out) but at least understand what they are doing. If your chef says something needs to be done a certain way, you need to understand why. If a server, dishwasher, or cook calls off, you better know how to fill in. 
4. Know there is way more to owning a restaurant than cooking and serving food. We are leaders in the community, we are care takers of our elderly, we are role models for our young, we are the gathering place of many. And we need to take those roles seriously. 
5. You cannot fill from an empty cup. Set time to keep yourself healthy. Eating right, exercising, walking, massage, 8 hours of sleep…. These are important parts to keep our bodies well so we can keep others well. 
6. Ask for help. I know we want it to all be our idea and our execution. In reality, it cannot be. We need that ‘second in command’ to rely on and bounce ideas off of. We need to tap into the experiences and wisdom of others who have come before us. Don’t be so proud that you miss an opportunity to find an amazing mentor(s). 
#restaurantgrandopening #entrpeneur #restaurantlife #purdueuniversity #purduehospitality #justpeachycafein
I’ve been in the food industry for 35 years. I’ve tried to learn from my mistakes, my achievements, and other people’s mistakes & achievements. When planning to open my very own restaurant, here are a few things I kept in mind through the planning and the execution that have helped us to be successful. 1. Keep your priorities straight. My top priority is and always will be my family. Some think they are starting a business FOR the family, but that doesn’t work if you MISS all the family. Set a schedule that works for you & yours and stick to it. 2. Find your niche and stick to it. You cannot be everything to everyone so don’t try to be. Keep your menu simple and do it well. 3. Know every part of the business. You don’t have to be a professional accountant (I hire that out) but at least understand what they are doing. If your chef says something needs to be done a certain way, you need to understand why. If a server, dishwasher, or cook calls off, you better know how to fill in. 4. Know there is way more to owning a restaurant than cooking and serving food. We are leaders in the community, we are care takers of our elderly, we are role models for our young, we are the gathering place of many. And we need to take those roles seriously. 5. You cannot fill from an empty cup. Set time to keep yourself healthy. Eating right, exercising, walking, massage, 8 hours of sleep…. These are important parts to keep our bodies well so we can keep others well. 6. Ask for help. I know we want it to all be our idea and our execution. In reality, it cannot be. We need that ‘second in command’ to rely on and bounce ideas off of. We need to tap into the experiences and wisdom of others who have come before us. Don’t be so proud that you miss an opportunity to find an amazing mentor(s). #restaurantgrandopening #entrpeneur #restaurantlife #purdueuniversity #purduehospitality #justpeachycafein
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something different each day

Amazing Desserts

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Contact Us

317-825-0669

52 E Washington St Shelbyville, IN 46176

Catering

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Private parties, catering, and carry out available! Call for details!

Charity Elliott

Owner

​Charity began her career in food service at the age of 12 by helping her mother in the family catering business. She then went on to attend Purdue University, pursuing a degree in hotel, restaurant, institutions, and tourism management.

After 30 years of helping others succeed in their businesses, Charity has decided it is time to make a success of her own. With the help of her husband, mother, dear friend and many family members, she looks forward to continuing to serve Shelby County at Just Peachy Cafe!