Your guide to Lincoln's Coffee Shops
Espresso, Latte, Cappuccino, Mocha and Americano, if you need your caffeine fix then Lincoln doesn’t disappoint. Starbucks, Costa Coffee and Nero, the city seems to have a coffee shop on every corner. But for those who prefer a more traditional cream tea or a light snack with their drink then Lincoln provides a fantastic selection of little bistros and cafes.
Lincolnista brings you our guide to the best coffee shops and cafes in Lincoln.
It now takes some of us longer to order a coffee then to drink it. When ordering a drink in any coffee shop/cafe, the waitress looks bewildered if you simply ask for a ‘coffee’ or a ‘tea’. You mean, no soya milk, wheat grass extract, or shot of caramel soufflé flavoring? Are you sure?Read More
There are two Caffe Nero’s in Lincoln. One is situated above Waterstones Booksellers and the other is in the high street in the heart of Lincoln. The Italian coffee house is the largest independent coffee retailer in the UK and provides any type of coffee you can think of, along with a large variety of snacks.
Stokes High Bridge Cafe is built over the Brayford and overlooks the high street. It is a very traditional family run Cafe that specialises in traditional afternoon tea and offers a variety of homemade meals and snacks.
Starbucks in Lincoln is situated right in the centre of the high street. The coffee house is a leading retailer, roaster and brand of speciality coffee in the world and sells any kind of coffee you can imagine, as well as allowing you to create your own unique one. The coffee shop also provides a variety of snacks.
A small café in the West End of Lincoln that serves a variety of freshly prepared hot and cold food, using locally sourced ingredients.
JayDees has been in Lincoln town centre for many years and offers a choice of simple, value for money meals. It is in an ideal spot for having a snack then carrying on with your shopping.