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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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Caffe Nero is a chain of coffee houses, which specialises in creating high quality Italian coffee. It offers premium Italian coffee in a warm and friendly atmosphere, along with good food and excellent customer service. Caffe Nero invests a tremendous amount of time, effort and resources in selecting the highest quality coffee beans, and then roasting and blending its unique and award-winning blend. Caffe Nero serves a range of coffees including all the classic favourites and more! It also offers iced coffees, frappe creme drinks, fruit boosters and frappe milkshakes.

Arthur's Cafe Bistro offers great food and excellent service. With an amazingly varied menu, customers can always find something to eat, whether it is breakfast, lunch or delicious homemade cake and coffee.

Massarella's coffee shop in Shrewsbury's Darwin Centre offers quality products in a relaxed environment, and at value for money prices. The shop aims to provide delicious food, in tune with customers' tastes. Staff are dedicated to ensuring that customers' expectations are exceeded, and as a family owned business, Massarella's retains the personal touch.

Peaberry' is an independent food led grand café bar located in the former Shearmans Hall Building in Milk Street, open every day where visitors, families, friends, and locals can come for a coffee, a drink, including local ales, or something to eat in a relaxed comfortable environment.

The interior is comfortable and inviting. Early evening we serve Tapas and on Friday & Saturday Evenings we are open from 6pm to late serving Dinner and a great selection of Cocktails

You can keep in touch with friends and business colleagues, using the free hi-speed wifi.

Off The Square is a cafe bistro run by a team of friendly and helpful staff. Over many years, Off the Square has established itself as a popular place to enjoy a well-deserved coffee. The interior of the shop is clean, tidy, warm and inviting, with comfortable leather sofas. Off the Square offers a range of delicious, home baked food and snacks. These include soup de jour, quiches, nachos, baked potatoes, homemade cakes, bacon sandwiches, pasties and much more.

Please see Facebook page for opening hours.

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.

A friendly town centre cafe with great coffee, a large selection of teas and a full breakfast menu, Cafe Georgia specialise in homemade lunch menu including, quiche's, cottage pie, lasagne, leek, bacon and potato bake and a vegetarian and gluten free Mediterranean vegetable bake. There are always special offers such as a free drink with any breakfast and a cake deal.

The Ploughboy on Mardol is the perfect place to enjoy breakfast and a coffee in the morning.

The Italian restaurant, caffe and foodshop that's open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner, serving quality, authentic Italian food at sensible prices.

The ALB offers local, freshly prepared, quality food with a modern twist, and cocktails prepared by award winning cocktail bartenders. Its decor consists of zany artwork and comfy sofas, as well as a back bar to boast about. Situated just a minute's walk from the railway station, the ALB is a safe and friendly venue, providing a warm welcome to everyone, children and adults alike.

For opening hours, menus and an array of offers, please see website.

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