Nestled away within the Burnie streets is a small white chapel, only this one is open all week to offer good grub and brews to the community. The Chapel is well known for (but not limited to) the coffee it roasts and the baristas that attached their craft to it.
A Place of Community
There is communal seating areas located around the entrance of the building, filled with coffee-table books, papers and indoor plants. Further towards the rear, a long counter stretches along the left hand edge with baristas pouring and a range of pre-made goodies waiting to selected. To the right, under the tall ceilings and hanging Edison globes sits dining tables, neatly placed and bustling with people.
Suss out the kegs that the Chapel have on tap, they rotate the brews around and are all hand made for the venue. Pull up a pew and grab a bite from their menu, the in-house kitchen boasts a range of tasty items, covering breaky, brunch and lunch. The tastes are suitable for all times of the day and if your lucky, you may end up catching one of their summer evenings, opening up the lane-way beside the building for some music, food and drink.
Generally speaking though, the interior of the Chapel will have you comfortable and the menu will make your mouth water.