The Grove Specialty Coffee

Mitchelton

The Grove Specialty Coffee is a cool little coffee oasis tucked away in Mitchelton's Blackwood St dining precinct.

Display shelves along one wall reveal a fine collection of greenery and gifts, as well as a section dedicated to the cafe's humanitarian heart with its child sponsorship program.

The Grove Specialty Coffee Mitchelton

The Grove Specialty Coffee serve Kai Coffee, a Sunshine Coast roastery with a conscience - $2 from every kilo of these fair trade beans is donated to children in need around the world.

The Grove Specialty Coffee Mitchelton

Freshly baked muffins, pastries and in-house granola pots are also available at the front counter. The Grove Specialty Coffee also serve a range of Chamellia Teas, juices and iced chocolates.

Nice to know - Street parking available along Grovely Tce or behind the cafe.

In a nutshell - Pleasant coffee spot, serving ethical Kai Coffee and home baked goodies with seating beneath umbrellas and trees.

By Lucy Hordern

The Grove Specialty Coffee

Blackwood St

cnr Grovely Tce

Mitchelton

Opening hours

0402 460 695

Map

Blackwood St cnr Grovely Tce Mitchelton

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