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Morning tea to get you moving. Afternoon tea taken as time out from a busy day. From fine fruit teas and tea that’s traditionally English to seriously good coffees, hot chocolates and smoothies.

Shrewsbury’s streets are packed with cool cafes, traditional tea rooms and welcoming restaurants to cater for every taste.

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Ginger and Co. Coffee is an independent Coffee Shop, forged by two local people out of their love for coffee, simple fresh food, passion for people and a touch of do-it-yourself mentality. Local produce is used wherever possible whether it's coffee roasted in Herefordshire or bread baked in Ludlow - the common thread is that if they serve it, they either made it or sourced it locally. Ginger & Co. Coffee have established a bit of a following for their cakes, all of which are made in their espresso cup sized kitchen. Gluten Free / Dairy Free / Vegan?

CSons is a recently opened cafe/restaurant, it is owned and run by four brothers that have a passion for food. CSons specialise in globally inspired locally sourced seasonal food and drink and with the menu changing on a daily basis you can be sure everything is fresh and seasonal. Open for breakfast, lunch, supper and coffee and cakes.

The Libertine is an English bar, cocktail bar and tearoom, located in Butcher Row. It has a great atmosphere, with quirky decor, and is an ideal place for birthdays and celebrations. It offers a range of teas, coffees, hot chocolates, cakes and more. The Libertine also has a great selection of cocktails, beers and wines. Breakfast offerings include croissants, teacakes, hot cross buns and Danish pastries. Please see their Facebook page for opening hours and photos.

Located within Shrewsbury's Museum and Art Gallery, stop. cafe bar opened in April 2014. The cafe, run by local couple Mike and Nicola Dalton, is the second stop. in Shrewsbury; their other branch is near the town's park in St Julian's Crescent. A third stop. has also been opened in the University Centre Shrewsbury, Guildhall.

Open seven days a week, the fully licenced cafe boasts the town's largest courtyard area and a really relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

Taste of Shrewsbury are a small family business offering both takeaway and eat in facilities, including the gallery tea room that seats thirty two people. The standard menu offers sandwiches, baguettes, paninis, homemade soups, and jacket potatoes. There is also a seasonal specials menu, and afternoon tea menu with renowned cream teas. Fresh, homemade juice and smoothies are prepared in store.

Taste of Shrewsbury also sell artisan bread, including various focaccias, soda breads, sourdoughs and rye.

The Gateway is an Education and Arts Centre, purpose-built and well-equipped for courses, training, presentations, meetings and conferences. There are a number of multi-purpose rooms, a small theatre, a larger conference room, art and pottery rooms. Rooms are equipped with modern IT equipment, and staff are always on hand to provide assistance.

Number Four is a cafe and bistro in the heart of Shrewsbury.

Camellias Tea Rooms has established itself as one of the most successful tea rooms in Shrewsbury, with a reputation for providing a calm and hospitable environment to relax, and escape the stresses of daily life. The stylish decor features oak panelling, chandeliers, black granite tables, solid oak floor and contemporary designer cloakrooms, while the walls are adorned with pictures of Shrewsbury. Customers can listen to music from the Roland grand piano and enjoy delightful views over St. Alkmund's Square and the Tudor Bear Steps.

Chez Sophie is a French Creperie-cafe-bar run by an Anglo-French couple with a passion for Crepes, Belgian Waffles & Shakes, prepared fresh with original toppings and regular limited edition specials. Add in an edgy, hipster-friendly decor, and irresistible Belgian Hot Chocolates and you have one of Shrewsbury's favourite eateries. 

Weekend evenings see Chez Sophie become a specialist Beer Cafe, stocking the most extensive range of draft and bottled world beer in Shropshire, all hand-picked by the cafes resident Beer Sommelier and co-owner Mat.

O'Joy is a Bistro and Wellness retreat co-owned by BBC Presenter Nick Knowles. They offer vibrant, flavourful and nutritious plant-based food and alternative and complementary therapies.

Now open Friday and Saturday evenings.

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