Set in the former Young School, Kettle & Grain Cafe really is a fusion of history meets modernisation; country meets urban! Owners Brooke Stevenson and Ben Hurth-Gye take their skills and knowledge from years of hospitality experience (as well as Brooke’s local knowledge from growing up in Young and going to high school across the road) and let the original architecture and history of the former heritage building shine through. Young’s newest place to meet your friends or enjoy a moment for yourself! Experience a simple yet delicious breakfast or lunch in the beautiful sunny courtyard or shaded verandah, or at one of the many seating choices inside the former classrooms.
Kettle & Grain also pride themselves on their homemade cakes and slices, and also have Gluten Free options available. Let the barista create a smooth, creamy coffee for you; their bean is the award-winning ONA Coffee from Canberra. Whilst on your visit to the café, take a stroll on the path alongside the weir, or a walk around the old school yard and visit the Lambing Flat Museum and Family History Group. Local Hilltops Honey and homemade pantry items are also available for purchase, as well as artwork from abstract expressionist Joan Bell’s colourful collection.
Open Wednesday to Friday from 8:00am-3:00pm, Friday evenings BEATS + BITES 5:30pm-8:30pm (bookings advised) and Saturday/Sunday 9:00am-3:00pm (please check our Facebook/Instagram page as trading days may change). Bookings welcome and encouraged; 0497 247 246 -www.kettleandgrain.com – [email protected] – Find K&G on Facebook/Instagram/Twitter/Pintrest!