The bean cellar is a little hidden but for those who know it, they never forget about it. Great local hangout.
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The bean cellar is only open Monday-Friday so you must be sure to plan your trip during the week. They offer a wide variety of soups, salads and sandwiches. Not to mention there large assortment of treats all homemade! The house blend is by far...More
Kay and her staff are pros when it comes to the breakfast/lunch trade. Coffee is excellent - fresh and lots of options. Food - try the Meat Loaf sandwich, Guac-Chicken wrap or just about any thing else.... staff is jovial and remember each regulars favourites...More
There are a lot of coffee shops in Owen Sound but this one is my favourite! It has a quirky atmosphere and a cozy feel. I don't think I've ever seen it empty! The menu is absolutely massive and there are always fresh baked good...More
I love love love the Bean Cellar. I grew up in Owen Sound and now live abroad, but we stop in at the Bean Cellar whenever we are back to visit. We actually try to stop in a few times as my list of "favourites"...More
This is our go to lunch spot and it never disappoints! I recommend the pineapple curry chicken pita. Yum! They have several kinds of coffee each day as well as many teas and hot chocolates. Sweets too!
The excellence of the food is exceeded only by the friendliness of the staff. An almost unlimited selection of sandwiches and wraps and the best soups.
Great Food. Fresh Coffee. Wonderful atmosphere. Really good people. Owners cook, serve and care. Sweets are good. Soup is excellent. Prices very reasonable.
What a quaint little restaurant and hangout for the artists in the area. If you are looking for a healthy place to eat and a great place to meet one of your artist friends for a coffee this is perfect!
I must have walked past the restaurant a few times before realizing that it was downstairs. Walking in was an experience that a lot of restaurants lack. That of a very bubbly staff, eager to serve. Because the menu is large and varied, I was...More