The Maine Café – a Christian-run eatery in Cullybackey

The Maine Café is a family-run, Christian based coffee shop with a heart for God and a treat for your taste-buds.
Situated on Cullybackey’s Main Street, it sits next door to The Mustard Seed Bookshop.

The Maine Café

Opening hours are:

Monday to Wednesday – 8:00am to 5:00pm

Thursday from 8:00am to 9:00pm

Friday from 8:00am to 10:00pm

Saturday from 8:00am to 8:00pm.

Whatever time of day you call, there is certain to be a delicious dish on offer to tempt you. Pancakes, bacon and maple syrup will provide a superb breakfast treat. Salad and goujons are certain to quieten rumbling tummies at lunchtime.
Also on the menu – homemade soup, stew & sausage rolls. A sumptuous selection of filled paninis, sandwiches & more.  Lots of choice to ensure there is something on the menu to please everyone.

The Maine Café

Fancy a hot drink? Whether you fancy a Cappuccino, Americano, a delicious flavoured latte or just a nice pot of tea, it is all there for you!
Of course, a drink is too wet without a piece of Snickers cake, lemon meringue, chocolate fudge cake or rhubarb tart. So you probably should have a piece of that as well!

The Maine Café on Main Street, Cullybackey is open 6 days a week. With a heart for God and a treat for your taste-buds they are also keen to use the venue for regular Christian events & meetings.

However, there is so much more to the Maine Café than food and drink as owner, Joe Martin, explains.

“The Maine Cafe is a Christian based cafe. We have organised Christian groups and singers to perform on our late night opening every Friday. Local group, Rumour About Zoe can be heard on Friday, 21 April 2017.”
Joe went on to say “The cafe is used by church groups after hours for Bible study and we encourage this. We would also cater for church groups to hold meetings here. If they needed it open  Anormal hours for events we could do this. It is joined onto The Mustard Seed Christian bookshop.”
You can find The Maine Café on Facebook here.