Cafes & Bars in Stratford-upon-Avon
Eating and drinking in the local area
If you need somewhere to stop while you’re on the go in Stratford-upon-Avon, we’ve got a few recommendations of where you can find a tasty bite.
Fourteas (10 minute drive)
The Fourteas Tea-room is a highly rated café just down the road from the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. And, you guessed it, it’s entirely 1940s themed.
Go back in time and experience true locally sourced, homemade food. Stop by for lunch if you need a break from sightseeing, or just pop in for a quick cup of tea and a chat.
Check out their menu
Loxleys Restaurant and Wine Bar (10 minute drive)
If you prefer something a little classier for lunch, book a table at Loxleys as part of your day out in Stratford-upon-Avon.
Its welcoming and vibrant atmosphere makes it a hub of activity in the heart of the town.
Make a reservation
The Black Swan (20 minute drive)
Known colloquially as The Dirty Duck, and licensed under this name as well, this pub has been serving customers since 1738 and is part of Stratford-upon-Avon history.
The pub is often frequented by famous thespians who perform with the RSC at the nearby theatre – so if you pop in for a pint keep an eye out for familiar faces!
Browse the menu
Plantarium (10 minute drive)
Give veganism a go at this completely plant-based café.
Try Plantarium’s famous ‘Trip to Mexico’ tofu wrap if you’re searching for something with a little kick to it. Or just stop in for coffee and give their blue matcha latte a taste.
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