Instant pick-me-up at Rockhampton cafes
For a delicious cup of coffee in Allenstown, pop into Billy Blue’s Café in the Allenstown Square. When you step into this cozy café, you’ll be delighted by the local fresh blend of coffee beans that they serve up in house, and if you’re hungry you can even grab a yummy breakfast alongside your coffee. Why not try their pancakes served with salted caramel sauce to accompany your ristretto on a cold morning. You might prefer traditional eggs benedict; this is perfect paired with a latte for a quality filling meal to begin your day. This café prides itself on having the freshest food and coffee in the area along with the friendliest of staff to understand your pre-coffee blues. If you’re hanging out for your morning cup, make Billy Blue’s Café your regular stop in for coffee from 7am.
Where: Shop 3, Allenstown Square, Allenstown QLD 4700
The Coffeehouse in Rockhampton is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner all week. If you’re looking for an afternoon pick me up, you will love the special Merlo coffee blend carefully handled by the Coffeehouse baristas. They pride themselves on serving only the best coffees, and make sure the whole team is trained regularly to ensure their coffee is always smooth and goes down well for every customer. Whether you like a soy cappuccino, a skinny latte, a double shot long black or a petite piccolo, The Coffeehouse will serve it up with style. Take a seat in the Coffeehouse, or grab a cup to go, and indulge in their award winning beef pies or signature dishes to accompany your beverage. If you want to try something different to your regular long black, ask for a coffee made with an Aeropress or a traditional stovetop espresso machine. This café has glowing reviews from travellers and locals, so make sure you visit The Coffeehouse whenever you’re in Rocky.
Where: 51 William Street, Rockhampton QLD 4700
If you want to support a completely locally owned business, pop into one of the two Gus’ Coffee cafes in Rockhampton. This family owned business uses a special five-nation blend; they have directly sourced beans from Guatemala, Hondura, Columbia, Lambia and Papua New Guinea to create a unique flavour loved by the locals. Roasted in Queensland and served in store by trained baristas, you’ll be served a unique, smooth blend if you step into Gus’ for your daily grind. Don’t settle for second best; a cup of Gus’ Coffee has been voted the best in the region by coffee critiques and amateurs alike. You can even grab a yummy gluten-free egg wrap alongside your coffee if you’re feeling peckish. Gus’ Coffee is super convenient, and if you love it so much you want to serve it up yourself you can even look into opening your own franchise in Rockhampton.
Where: 120-331 Yaamba Road, Park Avenue QLD 4701 & 222 Musgrave Street, Berserker QLD 4701
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