Mary Stevens Coffee Lounge

Mary Stevens Coffee Lounge
Cafe and coffee shop, Stourbridge
Mary Stevens Park, Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY8 2AD
Opening hours: Summer: 8:00 - 18:00 (Mon - Sun), winter: 8:00 - 17:00 (Mon - Sun)
 Vegetarian  Vegan  Gluten Free  Open Sunday
coffee

Method Coffee on roast here - one of our favourite roasters!

taste

The sticky ginger cake was delicious, as is their No 92 breakfast - bacon, poached egg, avocado, hummous, roasted tomato and toast

selection

Vast selection of sweet and savoury goodies including full / veggie / vegan breakfasts, eggs on toast, porridge, sandwiches, toasties, bagels, pancakes, jackets, salads and a wide selection of cakes and traybakes - including a delicious sticky ginger cake!

value

Cappuccino (£2.55), tea (£2.25), American / full breakfast (£7.95), pancakes (£6.45), sandwiches (£4.95), jackets (£6.95), toasties (£5.45), salads (£5.95), toast and jam (£2.75), cakes (from £2.00)

storage

Lots of space around the tables for bikes outside and it's easy to keep an eye on your bikes from their light and airy cafe for those cooler months too

groups

Plenty of seating in and outdoors for larger cycling groups, you're also spoilt for choice in Mary Stevens Park!

location

Set inside the scenic Mary Stevens Park in Stourbridge, it's the ideal stopping point when cycling around the West Midands

Region
West Midlands
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A bustling and popular cafe set in the scenic surroundings of Mary Stevens Park, Stourbridge. Serving up Method Coffee (one of our favourite roasts!) alongside delicious brunch, lunch and cake options it’s the ideal pitstop when cycling around the West Midlands and northern Worcestershire.

There’s a fab brunch menu including their No 92 breakfast consisting of bacon, poached egg, avocado, hummous, roasted tomato and toast in addition to bagels and pancakes too.

As for lunch there’s a wide range of sandwiches, jacket potatos, savoury pastries (the bacon, cheese and tomato turnover is highly recommended) and toasties including a tasty bacon, brie and caramelised onion chutney, in addition to an all day brunch menu featuring their famous pancakes.

If looking for something sweet, the counter has a wide selection of cakes, traybakes, cookies and pastries including a rather sticky ginger cake, mint tiffin, apple shortcake and pecan and walnut slice.

With plenty of in and outdoor seating the cafe is ideal for larger groups and there’s no problem with space for placing your bikes. Once refuelled why not head east and tackle the Clent Hills just 4 miles away or south-west towards Stourport-on-Severn?

Cycle routes which pass nearby to Mary Stevens Coffee Lounge

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