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Stokes High Bridge Café

A traditional café serving freshly roasted coffees located on Lincoln's High Bridge, the country's oldest bridge that still has buildings in use on it.

High Bridge Café, overlooking the bustling High Street and the River Witham, offers two fully licensed dining rooms and serves traditional home cooked food, light meals and snacks as well as Stokes’ famous teas and freshly roasted coffees.

All produce is sourced locally where possible and cooked freshly every day by talented chefs.

The café offers a large varied menu including British favourites such as Roast Beef, Steak pie, fish and chips, as well as a selection of delicious salads and sandwiches, homemade cakes, pastries and desserts. High Bridge Café's traditional afternoon tea is regarded as the best in town and are served daily from 2pm.

The High Bridge, built over the River Witham in the 12th century is the oldest bridge in England with houses still upon it, and this unique building has been standing tall since 1540.

Additional Information

  • Open daily for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea.
  • Daily specials, vegetarian dishes and children’s menus available.
VE Awards for Excellence Highly Commended 2015 East Coast Best Breakfast
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+44 (0)1522 523548
207 High Street
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Opening Times & Prices

Monday - Saturday: 8am – 5pm

Sunday: 11:30am - 4pm

Afternoon tea is served daily from 2pm.

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