Whether you are looking to hang out and grab a bite to eat or looking for a new location for a small gathering, Seth’s Coffee & Bake Shop in Little Chute is the perfect spot with a yummy selection of foods to choose from. The space is open and welcoming with plenty of natural light. I typically try to grab one of the tables by the window for the optimal people-watching spot. Towards the back of the shop, there is a large room that is reservable for meetings and small gatherings. This room is great for staying away from distractions so you can finish any work you need to get done.
Seth’s has all the lunch staples from sandwiches to salads. I went for the turkey and provolone panini-grilled flatbread sandwich. If you prefer to add a salad or soup (depending on the season) it will be an additional dollar. As someone with a sweet tooth, the sandwich paired great with a scone. All the baked goods at Seth’s are made from scratch, in-house. If you need any gluten-free options, they have recently added gluten-free baked goods from Happy Bellies in Appleton. To see their full menu, click here.
Looking to embrace spring with open arms, I ordered the seasonal Rose Matcha. The ingredients in this drink include house-made rose oat milk and a touch of rose petals on top. Other drink recommendations include their real fruit smoothies, mocha and chai latte. To see all the coffee options, click here.
For everyone who wants to dine-in at Seth’s Coffee, the seating is reduced and they have been very diligent with their cleaning efforts. If you are looking to reserve the meeting room, they are not allowing any reservations for groups larger than eight people. Online ordering is available and you can do so by clicking here.
Hours of operation:
Monday through Friday 6:30 am until 8:00 pm
Saturday 7:00 am until 3:00 pm
Sunday 8:00 am until 3:00 pm
Monday through Friday 6:30 am until 5:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday 7:00 am until 3:00 pm