After working up an appetite during a busy day of exploring Shakespeare’s England, there is a huge choice of cafes to stop and enjoy a bite to eat, or grab a quick coffee in between attractions.
Cafés for all Tastes
You’ll find a host of independent cafés in Warwickshire, as well as more familiar chains as you explore the towns and villages. With bustling high street cafés and quaint tea rooms tucked into cobbled side streets, you will be spoiled for choice.
There's no need to worry about lunch or coffee stops if you are spending a few hours exploring one of Warwickshire’s visitor attractions, as many of them boast excellent cafés too. Tuck into a hearty sandwich at the British Motor Museum’s Junction 12 Café, a bowl of delicious homemade soup or chilli con carne at Charlecote Park’s Orangery, or indulgent cakes and scones to satisfy your sweet tooth
Warwickshire cafés cater for everyone, with family friendly cafés, dog friendly hangouts, and vegan friendly cafés to choose from.
Why not try out one of Warwickshire’s unique cafés. The FourTeas - a vintage, forties themed tea room in the centre of Stratford-upon-Avon, or the Royal Shakespeare Theatre’s Riverside Café where you can sip on your latte and watch rowing boats glide by along the Avon. Take in views across Coventry’s War Memorial Park at The Park Bistro Café as you tuck into a tasty burger, or enjoy a scrummy afternoon team at Tales of Tea in the mediaeval Undercroft of St Mary’s Guildhall in Coventry.
The Best Local Produce
Warwickshire is home to some of the finest local producers, and this is celebrated by café owners across the county whose menus feature ingredients sourced from local farms, bakeries, and distilleries to ensure you can enjoy a real taste of Warwickshire during your visit.