Sebby’s café is built on the spirit of the local community. The place is perfect to eat, meet and greet people. This social vibe doesn’t just exist in the café space but extends to charitable causes and community events in the local area.
There are gluten free, vegan friendly, and vegetarian friendly food options available.
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Coffee, cake and putting the world to rights are just starters at Sebby’s – the sweet treats are homemade fresh everyday! And if you come for breakfast expect anything from a full English to a burrito with some great vegan and veggie options thrown in. A little later in the day the café fires up with a great variety of wraps and burgers.
We love the versatility at Sebby’s. The coffee is strong and comes in some unique health promoting blends that give you more than a caffeine boost.
If you want something a little more intoxicating then you can get your lips around a few different alcoholic beverages. Wines and Prosecco; IPA ales; and our favourite – the Espresso Martini!
Sebbys is a wonderful little oasis away from the hustle and bustle of Otley Road. It’s a family-friendly café where you can relax, read, do some work or catch up with friends.
The open brickwork inside peels back any hint of pretense that a certain type of deli-café can exude. Repurposed furniture and effortless seating – for quite a few groups – gives off a very homely close knit feeling; the buzz of conversation won’t be far away here that’s for sure.
If you are looking for a café with an outside seating area – Sebbys is the one. The café has an area dedicated to alfresco feasting; enjoy the sunshine in what is a really relaxing environment all round.
The Sebbys is fully accessible by wheelchair and pushchair with no step access.
Where to Park
There is no dedicated parking at Sebby’s. If you do travel to the venue by car then we recommend parking on one of the residential side streets either side of the café on Otley Road.
How To Get HereGoogle Map Directions
Headingley Station is a mile walk from Sebby’s. And Otley Road has a high frequency of buses – 1, 6, 27, 28 & 85 – from the city centre.
What To Do Next
Take Otley Road a little further into Headingley and pitch up at Santorini for some more cocktails; one step closer to a dancefloor in town!