9 Insta-worthy cafes in Warks & the West Mids
Vintage teacups, hanging plants, neon signs and almost too pretty to eat pastries (hey, we said almost!): these stunning cafés are guaranteed a double tap on your feed.
Forrest Coffee House, Kenilworth
This gorge spot won the Muddy award for best cafe, so you already know you’re onto a winner. Along with delicious hot drinks (the hot chocs are Instagrammable in their own right) they do delicious breakfast, brunches and cakes.
The Steamhouse, Leamington Spa
Bagels your thing? Well you won’t find better than this place in Leamington ( also has branches in Redditch and Worcester). There’s loads of vegan and veggie options, delicious brownies and doughnuts and plenty of cool places to snap a pic with your goodies.
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This industrial-style bar-cafe in the centre of Warwick isn’t your average foodie stop. It also does pretty awesome cocktails (try the Espresso Martini made with local Monsoon Estates coffee) and there’s a games room in the back with pool and table hockey, darts which can be booked out in advance.
The Sundae Club, Coventry
If you have a sweet tooth, this is the place for you. Expect ice cream sundaes, waffles, crepes and every other delicious treat you can think of. You can walk off the extra calories afterwards around beautiful Coombe Abbey Park….. or just make room for seconds.
Madeleine Bar, Birmingham
Ok, ok, we know it’s not a cafe, but look at it. And if your friend wants coffee and you want champers, and you both want a gorge pic – this is the place for you. It’s in The Grand Hotel, and yes, dress up.
MOR Bakery, Stratford-upon-Avon
This quirky bakery in Bell Court has an industrial, old-school vibe. You’re welcomed through the door with wafts of freshly baked bread and there’s a lovely menu if you choose to eat in and loads of goodies to stock up on and take away. Have a sneak peek in the open kitchen too and see the food gurus at work.
Maison Rose, Market Bosworth
Is this the prettiest, pinkest pattisserie and cafe in North Warwickshire? Right answer – yes. Inside is a veritable feast of flower walls and neon signs too, and the food is just at tasty as the decor. Make sure you book though, this place is always busy.
Cocoa by Ali, Birmingham
Head to Waterfront Walk for a dose of pink with a heady flowery backdrop. These tearooms are serving up yummy pink frothy lattes, milkshakes and hot chocolates – don’t forget to order a macaron too.
Rhubarb & Mustard, Nuneaton
There’s not many cute places to stop for a coffee in Nuneaton, but this is a goodie. The food is really good too (they have birthday cake pancakes, what more do you need to know?). Make sure you book though as space is limited.