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Delaceys Coffee Shop & Bakery

3 North Street, Carrickfergus, County Antrim, BT38 7AQ
Light green and purple exterior of Delaceys Bakery Cafe in Carrickfergus


Step into the heart of Carrickfergus and discover the hidden gem that is Delacey's Coffee Shop & Bakery. With a rich history spanning 25 years, this charming establishment has become a beloved staple in the community, offering a delightful blend of local flavours and traditional fare.

As you enter, the aroma of freshly baked delights from the bakery at the front captivates your senses. Indulge in a wide array of mouthwatering scones, pancakes, pastries, and more – each crafted with care and authenticity. Saturdays bring a special treat with the arrival of fresh cream buns, a local favourite that will satisfy any sweet tooth.

Venture further into the cosy depths of Delacey's, and you'll discover a welcoming cafe and seating area. Here, the menu unfolds to reveal a tempting selection of culinary delights. From classic sandwiches made with the finest local ingredients to hearty Ulster fry's served all day, the offerings cater to every taste and craving. Gluten-free frys are even available.

The pride of Delacey's lies not just in its delectable dishes but also in the warm and inviting ambiance. It's a place where locals gather for a hearty meal, friends catch up over coffee, and the community feels a sense of belonging.

Have a special occasion in mind? Delacey's skilled bakers are here to make it memorable with bespoke celebration cakes made to order. 

In the heart of Carrickfergus, Delacey's stands as a testament to a quarter-century of dedication to quality, tradition, and community. Join us in celebrating the tastes and memories that make Delacey's a true local treasure.

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  • Local Produce
  • Serve breakfast
  • Serve lunch

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  • Station nearby

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  • In town/city centre


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Opening Times

* Monday – Saturday 09:00 - 15:30
Closed Sunday

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