Truly Great Coffee

Imagine yourself in a comfortable nook, surfing the web (Free WiFi), holding a business meeting, hanging out with friends, listening to great music (sometimes LIVE), admiring local art, catching some rays on our patio, participating in open mic night, hearing a poetry reading, going through our drive-thru for a quick cup of joe before or after work and you will understand the draw and excitement of the Greenbean Coffee House.


The Greenbean is open 7 days a week. Serving the finest coffees, espresso based drinks, and pastries in Central PA. We are not exaggerating... our coffee is incredible and our vibe is unlike any other coffee spot you have seen...{best beans in the universe}

local artists & musicians

love & inspiration

“Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.” - Pablo Picasso

“If I were not a physicist, I would probably be a musician. I often think in music. I live my daydreams in music. I see my life in terms of music.” - Albert Einstein

At Greenbean Coffee House we pride ourselves on helping you wake up in the morning, or assist on the those long days and nights. There are others who help you awaken your soul, your mind, and your heart. We call them artists and musicians.


We are honored and humbled to be able to create a space for local artists and musicians to share their passion. See you soon....

Get to know us
& make friends


 A great coffee shop becomes a hub for social interaction, and all kinds of great things can happen as a result of these interactions. People feel more connected and less stressed, friendships are formed and strengthened, community problems are solved, and business deals are struck.


Family, friendship, community...these terms are the belief system of greenbean coffee house. Created by a family, operated by family with a goal to bring friends, families, and community together.


Why are coffee shops important? Historically, they

are where great ideas are born. Thinkers, artists, and regular Joe’s have relied on them as places of creative inspiration for centuries. It’s no coincidence that the rise of the coffee house directly coincided with the Age of Enlightenment.