COFFEE HOUSE


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contact us
54 otley road, headingley
leeds, UK
general inquiries: info@thebowery.org
phone: +44 113 2242284

shop hours
monday to thursday / 8:30 - 6:30
friday & saturday / 8:30 - 6:00
sunday / 10:00 - 5:00

COFFEE


there are all kinds of definitions & controversies around this topic and this is by no means an attempt to define or
to establish a set of rules for the term ‘craft beer.’ we don’t like rules anyway. our advice is for you to 

TRUST YOUR TASTEBUDS.

COFFEE

the strong stuff


house blend - allpress esperesso

our travels took us to the beautiful country of new zealand and there our love affair with the cafe culture grew, reflected in our choice of house blend, allpress espresso. we offer a little drop of kiwi heaven in a cup, roasted in london and popular with the big smoke’s caffeine critics, we wanted to introduce yorkshire to this lovely roast. our house blend is redchurch and we pride ourselves on providing a satisfying pick-me-up to fire up those creative juices.

find out more about allpress espresso>>

guest coffee - luckie beans

our rotation of guest blends offer you a little taste tour of the uk, showcasing the skills of both large and small scale artisan roasters from our home turf. ask our lovely team for a little background about the flavours profiles to best fit your palette.

check out luckie beans

FOOD

chutney, cheese and posh pastries


With warming soups, homemade cakes, jams and freshly made onsite salads and toasties, we offer a range of scrummy treats to suit all tastes. If we don't make it ourselves we source it from passionate local suppliers to offer you the best of the best.

this months feature supplier

dietary requirements

Aware that no ‘one shoe fits all’ we aspire to meet the needs of everyone, with gluten free, vegan and dairy-free options on both our food and coffee menu. Please do ask for the daily low down of alternatives to suit your dietary needs.

take a look for your self at out menu

COFFEE


there are all kinds of definitions & controversies around this topic and this is by no means an attempt to define or
to establish a set of rules for the term ‘craft beer.’ we don’t like rules anyway. our advice is for you to 

TRUST YOUR TASTEBUDS.