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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. Column Bakehouse

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    Column Bakehouse

    Location

    Plymouth

    Specialising in sourdough and artisan breads, we believe that great quality wholesome bread is something to be enjoyed every day, by everyone.

  2. The Studio Lounge

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    The Studio Lounge

    Location

    Plymouth

    The Studio Lounge Cafe Bar is located on Millbay Road, Plymouth.
    It specalises in delicious romantic cupcakews - pop down and try some!

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. Harbourside Fish & Chips

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    Harbourside Fish & Chips

    Type

    Take Away

    Location

    The Barbican, Plymouth

    Quality fish and chips and fresh local seafood have always been important with Harbourside. Our unique restaurant and takeaway has always been a favourite of local residents and tourists alike.

  6. Chocaccino

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    Chocaccino

    Type

    Café

    Location

    The Barbican, Plymouth

    We are Mother & Daughter specialising in handmade chocolates and beautiful cakes. All our creations are made with huge amounts of love and care in our shop in Plymouth, Devon. We hope you love them as much as we do!!

  7. Royal Plymouth Corinthian Yacht Club

    Royal Plymouth Corinthian Yacht Club

    Type

    Restaurant

    Location

    Plymouth

    The Royal Plymouth Corinthian Yacht Club is situated on the beautfiul water's edge between The Barbican and Plymouth Hoe.

  8. The Americano Coffee House

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    The Americano Coffee House

    Type

    Café

    Location

    Plymouth

    Unique and individually styled, each coffee house experience is different to the next, but with one thing in common: great coffee and fabulous food. Located on Cornwall Street, Plymouth.

  9. Boston Tea Party

    Boston Tea Party

    Type

    Café

    Location

    Sutton Harbour, Plymouth

    Based in Jamaica House on Sutton Harbour, after major renovations of the historic Grade II listed building, which borders Vauxhall Street and Exchange Street.

  10. 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.

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