Beans in the Belfry

  4.5 – 1 reviews  $ • Coffee shop

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Espresso drinks, cafe dishes & wine served in a historical restored church with country-chic decor.

✔️ Dine-in ✔️ Curbside pickup ✔️ No delivery Beans in the Belfry 21716

Hours

Sunday8AM–6PM
Monday8AM–4PM
Tuesday8AM–4PM
Wednesday8AM–4PM
Thursday8AM–4PM
Friday8AM–6PM
Saturday8AM–6PM

Address and Contact Information

Address: 122 W Potomac St, Brunswick, MD 21716

Phone: (301) 834-7178

Website: http://www.beansinthebelfry.com/

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Reviews

MrReyBon
Has vegan milk options!
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Dare Peterson
Had such a fun time! Sorry to the staff for coming so close to closing, you were all wonderful! We got the thai chicken soup and a turkey sandwich. Both were so tasty and great for the rainy day. We also got the apple cider which is great for anyone who does not like their cider particularly sweet. Beautiful building, and cute atmosphere, would love to go again!
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Kristina
Slowest service, terrible coffee, and bad food. We ordered a toasted bagel and the quiche, after they had checked if there was enough (there had been many quiche orders before mine). After 50 minutes, they told me told there wasn’t any quiche left so I ordered a sandwich. After an hour wait total, we got our food. It didn’t seem unusually busy for a Saturday but they were probably under staffed. In the mean time waiting for the food, I had to notify them twice their drip coffee was empty, and it took about 10 minutes to replace. The coffee was so bad I needed to add honey and cream to it so it would taste like something (I usually drink it black). We also ordered an espresso that tasted like the previous drink that was made, some gingerbread spiced thing. Poor care with their coffee all around. My sandwich was soggy and did not have much filling. The interior of the building was kind of cute.
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Kim O
Beautiful coffee shop! It was a church in the past. Still has the stained glass windows. All original. The food and pastries are delicious. The coffee was amazing. Just a little nook. It felt like the friends coffee shop. Loved it!
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Gary Connor
What great coffee house/bistro. Wonderful unique ambiance. The best washrooms I have seen in a long time. Wonderful friendly staff. I would seriously consider driving 30 miles for a coffee here than 1 mile to the S%&(#@$^k’s in my local area.
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Jillian Johnson
Cute little place off the beaten path. Ordered a Tuscan panini with gluten free bread, very tasty. Also had a pot of the Shenandoah Blue tea… Highly recommend!
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John “Grumbles”
The place is very whimsical but cramped. The parking is pretty limited and there had to be a announcement when i was there that people might be getting towed for parking in the one parking lot. The wait was not long we had ordered a couple and sandwhichs and chili. The food was good and the sandwhichs came with a little salad but none of the food was particularly great. The coffee was actually really good I had gotten a red eye and like the coffees flavor, but they didn’t have and sugar free sweetener avalible when I was there. The iced tea was nice and got free refills as well. Now what really killed the experience for me was there was only one high chair to use for kids to eat and when we went in the place was crazy humid. It was proablly a good temperature in there but the humidity made it feel hot and uncomfortable.
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Jennifer Curfman
This place is wonderful! We saw the sign along rt 340 on our way to Harper’s Ferry, and we had to stop in. It’s in a 1910 Reformed Church with stained glass windows, gorgeous atmosphere, and ambient music. There was plenty of cozy seating, tables and chairs. Plenty of interesting decorations and old pictures everywhere your eye looked.
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Emma Steinmetz
Cute place – the most disappointing service.
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hoang tran nguyen
Such a unique coffee place we’ve been. We felt like home and really enjoyed the drinks and food whenever we stopped by. Loved the coffee and especially 5 stars for the lava cake topped up with ice cream. Was the second time we revisited the place from Baltimore and for sure won’t be the last time.Tracy&Jose
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