Great Spots to Grab a Coffee in Notts

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We’re spoilt for choice for places to get a caffeine fix in the city and county, so here are just a few of our favourite independent bean brewers who we think make Notts a coffee capital!

200 Degrees Coffee

Nottingham coffee royalty since their Market Square shop opened in 2014, 200 degrees have since opened a second branch on Carrington Street and they even share their expertise at their Barista school – you’ll never have to suffer a substandard coffee again!

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Cartwheel Cafe and Roastery

Cartwheel believe ethical production is key to producing a great cup. They take care when sourcing their coffee and their beans are roasted in house by their knowledgeable baristas. Drink in their slick new cafe or buy a bag of beans to takeaway for home brewing.

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Delilah

Nottingham’s own UK Best Deli 2012/13 winners know a thing or two about the perfect coffee…

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Hartley’s

Delicious coffee isn’t hard to find in the heart of independent Nottingham with the Hartley’s cow outside their Hockley shop!

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Strays Coffee Shop

From Jazz Saturdays to a tapas menu, there’s lots of good thing happening at Stray’s in Newark… and coffee is one of them.

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Alfresco Caffè

Visit Alfresco’s cafes in Southwell and West Bridgford for a taste of proper Italian coffee in Nottinghamshire.

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Dezigne

Stop for fresh coffee and a bite to eat as you shop on the second floor of Hockley’s Dezigne store.

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Warsaw Diner

Warsaw Diner really know how to do a morning pick me up – all American pancakes, full English and, of course, bottomless coffee.

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The Refectory

For coffee with a view, it doesn’t get much better than a cup in grounds of the magnificent Southwell Minster.

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Sobar

Sobar is the East Midlands’ first alcohol-free cafe bar and day or night, their coffee is second to none.

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Discover more places to eat and drink in Nottinghamshire on our food blog www.nottingyum.com

 

Posted on 29 September 2016
Featured author: Jessie

Nottingham native and fan of all things music, arts and animal related.

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