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Openhouse Coffee Company

1 Frances Street, Newtownards, County Down, BT23 4JB
Openhouse Coffee Company


We serve Bailies Coffee. Bailies are a Belfast company who specialise in sourcing single origin and single estate coffees and have a strong focus on sustainability for local farmers and growers. We think our coffee is awesome and would recommend that everyone tries our Americanos, Cappuccinos and Lattes.

We also serve TeaPigs Tea which are speciality teas including Earl Grey, Moa Feng Green Tea, Chamomile, Super Fruit, Peppermint, Spiced Winter Tea, Matcha Green Tea and many more.

We’re told our traybakes are the biggest in town and in Northern Ireland we know how to do traybakes. If you like the sound of a chocolate decadence, a fifteen (an Irish speciality) or a cranberry caramel square then we are the café for you.

Lunches and breakfasts are also on the menu - with delicious freshly prepared sandwiches, paninis, toasties and salads. We do an awesome breakfast bap to help kick start your day along with scrambled eggs, toast, bacon and sausages.



  • Dogs Accepted Outdoor Dining Area

Children & Infants

  • Baby changing facilities
  • Highchairs Available

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted


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Opening Times

* Monday to Friday 07:30-22:00
Saturday 07:30-18:30
Sundays 08:30-18:30

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