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Innovation Cafe & Bar

Innovation Cafe & Bar Milltown Reinvented Through Innovation gift shop into this riverside cafe which is: • part restoration of the Hebden Bridge Mill, complete with rebuilt waterwheel (there’s been a mill on this site since 1314); • part sustainable energy showcase – boasting a ground-source heatpump which extracts heat from the river water (even […]

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Lovegrows Tearoom

Lovegrows Tearoom Small is Beautiful Wholefood cafe meets old fashioned tearoom, provides delicately-seasoned substantial food of superior quality… in something like a Tardis, only quainter. 

 Lovegrows looks tiny when first you mount the stone steps and peer through the door. Step inside and beyond the main cafe area you’ll find that there’s seating in […]

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Towngate Tearoom

Towngate Tearoom (Out of town)     Historic Heptonstall Walk twenty minutes from Hebden Bridge centre to historic Heptonstall to find Towngate Tearoom on the main cobbled road through the village, close to museum and churches and a short stroll from poet Sylvia Plath’s grave. If the tearoom looks full at first glance, don’t worry, there’s a […]

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Organic House

Organic House A Healthy Option A chance to go out for lunch instead of going to the gym… and still feel good about yourself! Everything on the menu is organic. Start your meal with a freshly squeezed juice or just pop in for a fruit smoothie when a snack-attack hits. Organic House is a little […]

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Mooch

Mooch Cafe Bar Highly Recommended “A Touch of Bohemia” “On and on through the rain, another bar, another cafe, all the same. Finally she saw it, she pressed her hand to glass and opened the door…” Mooch has changed hands and reinvented itself rather gorgeously in the last year. The quote above is part of […]

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Copa House

Copa House Genuine & Generous Child friendly, with wooden floors and furniture and a stripped-back, understated simplicity, Copa House is a genuine family business. Mum runs front of house, big sister cooks and bakes extraordinary cakes, little sis helps out when back from uni and dad does the paperwork. A miniature exhibition of framed posters […]

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The Lamppost

The Lamppost  “Serving Hound and Human” Also known, colloquially, as “The Dog Cafe”, The Lamppost discovered an unpopulated niche in Hebden Bridge dining in 2013, and has become very popular with locals and visitors alike. This place is not just dog-friendly but designed around dogs, and has a dog boutique to boot – not one of […]

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Crown Fisheries & Restaurant

Crown fisheries & Restaurant National Dish No greasy diner, this.  Crown Fisheries is a traditional fish and chip restaurant decorated in red, white and black with a vintage feel;  spick, span and spotless with a simple menu, executed perfectly. Our young waitress was friendly and on the ball. Meals come with chips, buttered bread and […]

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The Deli

The deli Rustic Chic The deli is a deli, a cafe and a grocery store selling a selection of the choicest edibles. The deli is licensed and is a fine place to spend an entire afternoon sharing a bottle of wine and a lazy lunch.  Or you can just grab a bacon or egg butty […]

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Park Life Cafe

Park Life Cafe Highly Recommended     Summer Loving Right in the centre of Calder Holmes Park (on the edge of town, on the way to the railway station), tucked into the Old Pavillion next to the bowling green, Park Life is a relatively recent addition to the roll-call of Hebden’s quirky eateries. The proprietors, Kim and Charlie, […]

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