More than a cafe, the Gratitude Cafe is a place to socialise over live music, get creative with children, have fun sharing arts and baking skills – all from a home inspired atmosphere. Something lovely happens where there is music, baked goods, good coffee and happy children, and Michelle and David wanted to bring this home-from-home feel to a community café. They invite you to be part of that through their classes and events.
The hot drinks are made to a standard as you would expect in any coffee shop with trained baristas. There is an extensive tea and coffee range with many cold drinks suitable for children. The menu aims to reflect the seasons and the events running when you visit. Expect crazy freakshakes for the youth cafe on a Friday evening, summer smoothies for warmer days and mega hot chocolates for the children’s clubs.
At the Gratitude Cafe the food is homemade on site wherever possible and includes indulgent treats, light bites, brunches and simple lunches. The menu varies depending on the season, but you will always find something that is sweet, savoury and homemade.
Again, for special events there is a variety of food choices. Think pancake or waffle stacks for lazy Saturday mornings, huge layer cakes for celebrations and cake jars for the music events. It’s all part of the cunning plan to keep you coming back for more!
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