Millers cafe Market Harborough
Millers cafe shop front

Opening Times

Tuesday to Saturday: 10:00 - 15:00
Sunday - Monday: closed

About us

Millers Artisan Cafe is a small, independent cafe in the heart of Market Harborough. We serve high quality Leicestershire-roasted coffee, a range of delicious homemade cakes, as well as lunches including sandwiches and toasties.

Millers Artisan Cafe - babyccino Millers Artisan Cafe - latte and beetroot latte

Our drinks range includes beetroot lattes and babyccinos!

Millers Artisan Cafe - topped toast Millers Artisan Cafe - traybakes

All of our food is home made or locally sourced, including cakes and lunches.

Outside the cafe, Millers Yard is decorated with up-cycled recycled pallet-planters and bunting, and has outdoor seating for warm days. Inside, the industrial-chic style incorporates the original brick floors and stripped-paint ceiling boards. We've added custom carpentry and furnishings to make the space uniquely inviting.

Millers Yard - Summer seating and church view Millers Yard - Outdoor seating and planters

We display and sell artwork including pewter designs and one of a kind pieces of jewellery, great for gifts or just to treat yourself!

As we continue to grow, we plan to host workshops including floristry sessions by local florist, Flora Button, details of workshops will be available via our Instagram and Facebook pages. If you want to host a great workshop, feel free to pop in and have a chat with the owner Sophie about your ideas!


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Find Us

The cafe is located in Market Harborough town centre, tucked away in the oasis of calm that is Millers Yard. Set back from the street, the yard is accessible through the archway by Hobbs Fishmongers on Church Square.

5D Church Square, Market Harborough, Leicestershire, LE16 7NB.

Millers is through the archway between Hobbs and Bates.

Market Harborough is known for its historic buildings, like the Old Grammar School which is only a stone's throw from Millers, as well as independent shops and cafes which are fantastic to wander between.