Launceston’s best kept secret
Street cafe to bake fresh muffins and cupcakes, and prepare dishes such as meatballs, salads, wraps and toasties.
But it’s not just the food and coffee that bring in the customers- it’s the conviviality and sense of community. The small family team of five seem to know every person who comes in, not just by name but as friends.
Serving cafe favourites as well as gluten free muffins, cakes and slices, soups, and comforting lunch staples, The Green Bean is a fantastic place to grab a coffee with a friend or take a break from work.
WHY WE LOVE IT:
Green Bean puts on regular free dinners for people in need - they’re a wonderful community support
Fresh baked muffins every morning - usually sold out by lunch!
Convenient location close to many offices
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