A coffee & cocktail bar, built from the bones of a vintage camper. Dotty is exclusively available at outdoor events at Green Gardens Farm in Battle Creek, Michigan. Dotty is nestled in the Garden of Eatin', a 4800 square foot edible garden at Green Gardens Farm.
We offer set-up service & clean up, non-alcoholic drinks, mixers for classic & specialty cocktails, plus handcrafted espresso & coffee. Simply provide the alcohol & we'll work with you to create the perfect drink menu for your gathering!
Fridays on the Farm
Garden of Eatin', Battle Creek
Every Friday starting June 4th, Dotty will be open from 9am-1pm at Green Gardens. Come down to the farm to grab a coffee, pastry, and enjoy the splendor of our 4,800 square feet edible garden and patio, the Garden of Eatin'.
Every Friday, June 4th - October 30th
9am-1pm Dotty is open for coffee and pastries
9am Yoga Class in the Greenhouse ($10; First Class is Free, Bring Your Own Mat)
Green Box Pick Up 9am-5pm
Frequently Asked Questions
Does Dotty serve alcohol?
We're happy to serve the alcohol provided by the host. We do not have a liquor license, but we do have liability insurance. Our servers are certified bartenders.
Can I hire Dotty for my party?
If you book the Green Gardens Event venue, the Garden of Eatin' is included in the cost.
All catering is available ala carte and is not included in the rental of the event venue.
Can I book Dotty in the Garden of Eatin'?
Sundays in 2021 Dotty is available for pastries and coffee in the Garden of Eatin' from 12-2. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more!
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Press & Praise
'Dotty' Brings coffee and ice cream to the food truck world.
Serving food on the fly leaves food truck operators with a lot of instantaneous feedback.
They learn what works and what doesn't.
Such is the case with Bridgett Blough who said she notices that while people like healthy eating -- which she provides with her 5-year-old food truck The Organic Gypsy -- they also like a little decadence.
Meet Dotty: The Organic Gypsy's fleet grows by one sweet trailer
Bridgett Blough, who drove into Kalamazoo five years ago in her big blue food truck, the Organic Gypsy, and built a reputation for handcrafted and thoughtfully sourced local food is now pioneering the caravan bar trend that has taken off in Australia and New Zealand by adding a trailer she calls Dotty (a take off on the trailer's origins as a Scotty) to her business offerings.
Organic Gypsy Unveils Dotty Mobile Coffee & Cocktail Bar
Always svelte, sophisticated and stylish – whether she’s mixing roasted blueberries with lavender syrup and vodka in a silver 1950s cocktail shaker to make a Blueberry Vodka Tonic or uncoiling a thick length of electrical wire to connect to a portable generator – Bridgett Blough is ready to take her newest food truck on the road.