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It's never too late for brekky at Gympie cafe and restaurant

NOT ALL ABOUT COFFEE: A familiar face at The Decks on Mary for the past two years, Kayla Wilson froths milk ready for a cappuccino.
NOT ALL ABOUT COFFEE: A familiar face at The Decks on Mary for the past two years, Kayla Wilson froths milk ready for a cappuccino. Donna Jones

CARINA Pyke, manager at The Decks on Mary, believes you should be able to get a good, hearty breakfast whenever you feel like it, not just in the mornings.

So, starting last weekend, the all-day breakfast was available all weekend too.

Carina says the coffee they use is Merlo because it's a good all-rounder.

"It's a medium blend so it appeals to a lot of different people,” she said.

Merlo is a firm favourite for many and is described as being smooth but still full of flavour.

But the Decks isn't just about coffee and breakfast.

The licensed restaurant is open Thursday to Saturday for dinner and seven days a week for breakfast and lunch.

For the month of February, Carina said The Decks on Mary has a dinner special at the restaurant.

Why not try the seafood trio?

For only $12.50 you get crumbed hoki, prawns and salt and pepper squid with a side of chips.

Look for the coupon in next week's coffee guide.

Plus there's a function room downstairs, which is perfect for corporate functions, weddings and birthday parties and other events.

And they do outside catering.

"People can pre-order with us and then pick it up on the day,” Carina said.

So with the cafe making fresh snacks and coffee, the restaurant putting together a la carte meals and the function room catering for parties and gatherings, you're bound to find a reason to pop in for a visit.

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