Although it sounds familiar, it isn’t a berry or a pea but a coffee bean. A novice exploring the world of coffee will soon come across the term peaberry in their search for new and interesting types of bean to try. Often the name of a coffee is based on where it originates and how […]
Here at Steep Street, we’re delighted that our all packaging is made from plants, not plastic. We have exclusively used Edinburgh made ‘Vegware’ cups, craft bags and wooden disposable cutlery since we first opened in 2015. Now, we are happy to announce that the café will use 100% compostable packaging on all our take away and eat […]
From 14th November until 2018 To coincide with this year’s Folkestone Book Festival, photographer Terry Smith will exhibit 25 portraits of well-known authors at Steep Street Coffee House in Folkestone’s Creative Quarter. P.D. James, V.S. Naipaul, Iris Murdoch, Richard Dawkins and Margaret Drabble are just a few of the authors included in this exhibition. Smith […]
6.30pm Thursday 23rd November Have you ever wondered how to turn scribblings at home into a published story? Are you curious about how crime writers find the inspiration for their dark tales of misdeeds and detective work? If so then join us Thursday 23rd November at 6.30pm to hear crime writer Oliver Tidy talk about […]
Dave Horn, Faith Warn and Anthony White Saturday 14th October 17:00 – 18:00 Enjoy poetry performance over coffee or cocktails inside Steep Street Cafe with Horn, Warn and White plus mood music. And don’t forget to pick up your free copy of the Steep Street journal poetry edition.
The Folkestone Folks, Yseult and Abib, moved to Folkestone in september 2016 and are keen to share what they are discovering in Folkestone. Visual artist and musician, parents, surfers, sport addicts, art lovers, music lovers, we are searching for all those individuals and activities that bring something to life in Folkestone. Folks that are creating their future in […]