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City of Lincoln, High Street
200 Degrees Coffee Shop & Barista School

Bringing 200 Degrees' signature fresh food menu and hand roasted coffee from the Roast House in Nottingham to Lincoln's Cornhill Quarter.


City of Lincoln, Cathedral Quarter
Coffee House at The Rest

High quality coffee and food platters served seven days a week at The Rest hotel on Steep Hill.


City of Lincoln, Cathedral Quarter
Curiositea

Curiositea is a quirky coffee shop situated in the heart of Bishop Grosseteste University campus. With an Alice in Wonderland theme, luxurious seating and an outside courtyard, this is the perfect place to relax and enjoy good food and drink.


Villages & Countryside, 21-30 miles from Lincoln
Forest Pines Dining

A range of restaurants and bars with stunning views of North Lincolnshire at the DoulbeTree by Hilton Forest Pines Hotel & Golf Resort.


City of Lincoln, Cultural Quarter
Lady Rose’s Edwardian Tea Room

Downton Abbey inspired tea room, serving tea, coffee, cakes, and light meals as close to the same way as the great houses of Edwardian England as possible.


City of Lincoln, Cathedral Quarter
Langton’s Cafe

Found on the ground floor of Lincoln Castle's Georgian prison, open to the public offering food and drink all day.


City of Lincoln, Brayford Waterfront
Starbucks

Enjoy views of the Brayford Marina, great coffee and nibbles on Lincoln's Brayford Waterfront at the Holiday Inn Hotel.


City of Lincoln, Cultural Quarter
Stokes Collection Café

A stylish, modern cafe in The Collection museum, serving locally roasted coffee and a contemporary food menu.


City of Lincoln, High Street
Stokes High Bridge Café

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


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High Bridge

High Bridge

Lincoln's High Bridge is the oldest UK bridge which still has buildings in use on it.


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