A Little Something About Us
Corky Girodo moved to Louisville from Birmingham, Alabama, to open Sister Bean's Coffeehouse with his sister Teresa Gailor of Brooks, Kentucky.  The two started Sister Bean's on Manslick Road at Gagel Avenue across from Iroquois Park and opened their doors on November 29th, 2005. In September of 2010 they relocated to a new location on New Cut Road across from Iroquois Park Amphitheater. Where did the name Sister Bean's come from? Corky said, my Sister's nick name was Bean's, so when you think of it, it fits, Sister Bean's.  The idea for the Nun in the logo comes from the fact we are both Catholic.
All coffee brewed at Sister Bean's is  developed especially by Crimson Cup, an Ohio-based craft roaster.
Along with our Coffee we also serve individual Wraps,  Cakes, Pastries, Smoothies, and now LouisvilleCream Ice Creams.  Ice Teas, Hot Teas and Iced Coffees are also available.
There is ample parking outside for seating inside or try our new drive thru service.  Sister Bean's offers free wireless internet access plus a computer bar you can work from.
Co-owners Corky and Teresa offer you ample outdoor seating (weather permitting), and group meetings and parties are available after hours.
Don't forget, we now offer our speedy Drive Thru Window for your convenience.  Coffee, Latte or a Ice Cream Special, you can order it all from your car.
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A Little Something About Us

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Corky Girodo moved to Louisville from Birmingham, Alabama, to open Sister Bean's Coffeehouse with his sister Teresa Gailor of Brooks, Kentucky.  The two started Sister Bean's on Manslick Road at Gagel Avenue across from Iroquois Park and opened their doors on November 29th, 2005. In September of 2010 they relocated to a new location on New Cut Road across from Iroquois Park Amphitheater. Where did the name Sister Bean's come from? Corky said, my Sister's nick name was Bean's, so when you think of it, it fits, Sister Bean's.  The idea for the Nun in the logo comes from the fact we are both Catholic.