Lancaster’s best spots for coffee
After all Lancaster is known as the City of Coffee. Why not watch the world go by or spill the beans with friends over a coffee in Lancaster with our best coffee spot’s guide. You’ll know you’re in Lancaster when you smell the coffee roasting…
Hidden away in Lancaster’s Sun Square, Atkinson’s first cafe sits at the foot of an exquisite 1730s Palladian facade in a Landmark Trust building, The Music Room. Choose from Single Origin coffees ground and brewed by the cup, Espresso based drinks and Loose Leaf teas.
J Atkinson & Co – Coffee roasters and tea merchants since 1837 opened the former Priory Hall next door to their tea and coffee emporium on China Street, serving syphon coffee and lever espresso. Since opening The Hall has won awards for BSA Best Flat White, UKBC Heats Best Espresso and Cappuccino and recently has produced semi-finalists in the UK Barista and Latte Art Championship. A must do for any Coffee lover.
Brew is a small independently owned cafe in Lancaster bringing together their love for fresh local ingredients, baking, tea & coffee paired with a casual friendly service.
Printroom Café & Bar is located in the historic Storey Building on Meeting House Lane and is quickly establishing itself as a popular casual eatery with a passion for local, independent and responsibly sourced produce. Printroom offers a quality coffee selection to satisfy all caffeine connoisseurs V60, filter or barista style using delectable beans from Coffee Quarter neighbours, Atkinson’s of Lancaster.
Journey Social is a speciality coffee shop in Lancaster offering the best Lancastrian produce for Brunch and Lunch, with a focus on sustainability and ethical sourcing.
With a relaxing atmosphere and vintage teapots and cups, the Sunbury Coffee House is the perfect place to indulge in the finest teas and coffees.