Securing a kolache from Kolache Factory
in the morning is a bit like being on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, what with all the wild gesturing, the yelling, the faces stricken by anxiety and then (after their first bite) sweet relief. I think it's the location, but anyway, the kolaches themselves are solid and petite, with a slightly less sweeter bun than Lone Star's. If you want to avoid the morning pandemonium, get there between 1:30-2:00 before close, when kolaches are half off.
This drive-through or casual dine-in chain brings classic Eastern European pastry rolls to the masses.. In Short Founded in 1982, the Kolache Factory serves a contemporary version of a stuffed pastry roll that originated in Eastern Europe hundreds of years ago. Kolaches are available in dozens of varieties, with special offerings for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert. Top sellers include bacon and egg, bacon and cheddar, Polish sausage and pepperoni and mushroom. Other favorites are Philly cheese steak, jalapeno and cheddar, cream cheese, apple and cherry. Croissants, muffins, strudel and gourmet coffees are also available.