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Cathedral Quarter, City of Lincoln
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.


Cathedral Quarter, City of Lincoln
Refectory

Providing a vibrant environment on the Bishop Grosseteste University campus, Refectory offers a fantastic range of food and drink for every need.


Brayford Waterfront
The Barge Cocktail Bar

Artisan cocktails, craft beer, and more, served in a floating bar on the Brayford Pool.


Brayford Waterfront, City of Lincoln
The Engine Shed Club

The largest capacity club room in Lincoln, based on the University of Lincoln campus in a former engine shed, with a regular programme of vibrant student club nights.


Brayford Waterfront, City of Lincoln
The Swan

Located on the edge of the University of Lincoln campus with view of the Brayford Waterfront, The Swan is in a prime location for waterside food and drink for university students and staff.


Brayford Waterfront, City of Lincoln
Tower Bars

Housed in an impressive glass building, once an engine shed, and located on the Brayford Waterfront within the University campus, Tower Bars is a hub of entertainment for students and staff.


Brayford Waterfront, City of Lincoln
Zing Café Bar

A café bar found in the Lincoln Performing Arts Centre with tea, coffee, cakes and sandwiches available; great for breakfast, brunch, lunch or tea.


High Street, City of Lincoln
Fever & Boutique

Twin scene bar and nightclub on Lincoln High Street: two rooms, two DJs, one huge party under one roof.


High Street, City of Lincoln
Home

Whatever the occasion, Home's six rooms, eight bars and roof terrace delivers great service, food and much more.


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