4 places to find great coffee and cake in Lancaster

Printroom Cafe and Bar, Lancaster. Photograph by Kirsty Thompson

Printroom Cafe and Bar, Lancaster. Photograph by Kirsty Thompson - Credit: Archant

From the Music Room to Printroom Cafe & Bar

Printroom Café & Bar

Creative juices can flow along with the coffee at the Printroom Café and Bar. It’s on the ground floor of The Storey, which was originally opened to commemorate Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee in 1887 and is now owned and run by the city council.

‘The menu changes regularly, honouring the best in local produce and independent suppliers where possible, with a selection of homemade soups, sandwiches, salads and breakfast options, all served alongside an accompanying hot drink by Atkinsons of Lancaster,’ said Russell Daley, the council’s assistant facilities manager.

It was Lancaster industrialist and philanthropist Thomas Storey’s vision to provide a building which inspires forward thinking that still resonates today as The Storey is home to a centre for creative industries.

And those creative folk help to create the buzzy atmosphere and good company in the Printroom which is part of Lancaster’s popular Coffee Quarter and conveniently just a two minute walk from the city centre, the castle and the railway station.


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The Old Bell

Don’t be shy, take a stroll down Bashful Alley, where you’ll find this cosy tearoom offering delicious cakes and snacks. 01524 36561.

The Music Room

Coffee lovers can’t visit Lancaster without tasting a cup of Atkinson’s coffee and where better than this café located in one of the city’s Georgian gems? 01524 65470, thecoffeehopper.com

Animal Care Tearoom

Lancaster’s best kept secret for home-made cakes and snacks – there’s even a mutt’s menu! It’s volunteer-run and all proceeds are donated to this established Lancaster animal charity. 01524 65495, animalcare-lancaster.co.uk

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