A new coffee shop has opened at the Museum of Orange Heritage in Belfast, creating three jobs.

Café at the Museum, an independently run establishment, offers a wide-ranging menu, incorporating hot food, sandwiches and beverages.

The stylish Cregagh Road restaurant is an expansion of the existing catering business of Gillian Harper, who manages a separate eatery, WhereYaBean, on the city’s Saintfield Road. It employs six staff.

Miss Harper said: “We are delighted to offer a new social hub in east Belfast where visitors to the museum at Schomberg House, local residents and the wider public, can take a break and unwind.

“Customers are assured of high quality food with our varied and appetising menu; and just as importantly, a warm welcome. As well as complimentary wi-fi, we also provide outside catering for meetings and events.”

Café at the Museum is open Monday to Saturday, 9.30am to 4pm.


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