Organic House
everything's organic at...Organic House

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2 Market Street
Hebden Bridge
HX7 6AA
01422 843429
organichouse@gmail.com

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organic cafe, hebden bridge

Inside Organic House early one morning - photo by Lee Foster  

 

 

Licensed cafe selling freshly prepared, healthy and imaginative meals and snacks, including delicious vegetarian and meat breakfasts, soups and main meals, home made cakes, excellent coffees and specialty teas, freshly squeezed juices and smoothies, ice creams, organic wines and beers. All food is also available to take away.

More space upstairs - check out our newly refurbished “Lounge” – twice as big and three times as beautiful as it was, with lots of comfortable leather sofas and armchairs. A slightly different, relaxed and comfy space to chill out – already a big hit with our customers, who generally want to move in!

Everything is organic, and fairtrade where possible. We support local organic farmers and growers as much as we can. Special diets catered for. Vegetarian and meat dishes are prepared using separately designated equipment in our kitchen upstairs. We are passionate about what we do and hope you will enjoy your visit and your food.

child friendly

Babies, young children and breastfeeding mothers especially welcome. Children's menu and wide range of organic baby/child snacks and drinks. High chairs available.

opening hours

Weekdays 8.45 - 5
Saturday 9 - 5
Sunday 10 - 5

extras

Outside seating in the "Secret Garden".
Gallery space and art for sale from local artists.
Cafe available to hire for private functions.
Please ring for further details.

upstairs

BODYWORKS massage, shiatusu, reflexology. Call in for more information and appointments.

hebden bridge

Hebden Bridge is a small Yorkshire mill town nestling in the south Pennine valleys. It has a unique blend of culture, artistry, innovation and history, and has been called the 4th "most funky town" in the world. It's full of interesting little shops and was the first "walkers are welcome" town. Hebden Bridge is also a Fairtrade town. Lots more information on the Hebden Bridge Web.