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Café culture in Plymouth is a world in itself. Relax with a latte or organic juice in one of the bustling Plymouth city centre art house cafes or people-watch with a tasty shake in one of the more relaxing cafes on the waterfront. Laid back, funky, cosmopolitan, hip and cool, cafes in Plymouth are a great place to unwind. Whether you want to check your emails in a WiFi cafe, chat with friends over jazz in one of the open air cafes or indulge in a traditional cream tea with oodles of Devonshire clotted cream at one of the many specialist tea rooms, Plymouth has them all.

Whatever the weather, you'll find the café culture in Plymouth caters for everything from an utterly English afternoon cream tea, all the way through brunch, light lunches, early suppers to an after theatre coffee.

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  1. The Boathouse Cafe

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    The Boathouse Cafe

    Location

    The Barbican, Plymouth

    The Boathouse Cafe is a seafood cafe and restaurant, set in a unique location in the fisherman's arches on the Mayflower Steps, just a stone's throw from Plymouth's historic Barbican.

  2. Cafe Roma

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    Cafe Roma

    Location

    Plymouth

    The original Roma, established in 1995, was where it all started. Not only a Plymouth landmark, but also the City's first purely alfresco cafe.
    And the secret to our long standing presence has been our reasonably priced quality products.

  3. Caffe Latte

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    Caffe Latte

    Location

    West Hoe , Plymouth

    Caffe Latte is perfect if all you want to do is sit back and relax with a coffee or ice cream overlooking the picturesque views of The Hoe; from it's floral displays to Smeatons Tower.

  4. Roma Espresso Bar

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    Roma Espresso Bar

    Type

    Café

    Location

    The Barbican, Plymouth

    Our Notte Street espresso bar is set in the old grade 2 listed Barclays bank. Enter underneath Sir Francis Drake into the original lobby and enjoy the cosy atmosphere or if the sun is shining dine al fresco and watch the world pass by.

  5. West Hoe Fish Fryers

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    West Hoe Fish Fryers

    Type

    Restaurant

    Location

    West Hoe, Plymouth

    This traditional delicious fish and chip shop is available in West Hoe, Plymouth.
    Serving tasty fish and chips, The West Hoe Fish Fryers is well known for its wide selection of fresh food.

    They look forward to seeing you.

  6. Port O'Call

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    Port O'Call

    Type

    Café

    Location

    The Hoe, Plymouth

    We are a friendly family run cafe that pride our selves on the phrase "the customer is always right". Open from breakfast to mid-evening; this cafe offers delicious meals through the day. It is in a brilliant location near The Hoe.

  7. Prete's Ice Cream Parlour & Cafe

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    Prete's Ice Cream Parlour & Cafe

    Type

    Café

    Location

    The Barbican, Plymouth

    Serving delicious mouthwatering ice cream and a variety of other food selections – it’s definitely a must to stop off here after viewing the interesting sites in Plymouth’s Barbican.

  8. Subway

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    Subway

    Type

    Café

    Location

    Plymouth

    SUBWAY® restaurants are known for serving fresh, great tasting food and good nutritional choices to millions of customers around the world every day. Located on Old Town Street, Plymouth.

  9. Seco Lounge

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    Seco Lounge

    Type

    Restaurant

    Location

    Royal William Yard, Plymouth

    Seco opened in March 2010 in the Mills Bakery building at the historic Royal William Yard development in Stonehouse. My word Seco is a sexy site with fat stone walls, colossal steel columns & a stunning view out to sea.

  10. Henry J's Bar

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    Henry J's Bar

    Type

    Pub/Inn

    Location

    Plymouth

    Henry J's Bar is situated in the city centre of Plymouth. The bar serves a large range of cocktails, the best in town alongside a full selection of draught beers, wines and spirits for your enjoyment.

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