Cafés in Hereford
Published on 04.08.20
But first… coffee! In the UK we now drink approximately 95 million cups of coffee a day, and we think a good proportion of those are drunk by students, probably during the dissertation months! Hereford has a great café culture, and we are certainly not short of cool cafés to get a great cup of
But first… coffee! In the UK we now drink approximately 95 million cups of coffee a day, and we think a good proportion of those are drunk by students, probably during the dissertation months!
Hereford has a great café culture, and we are certainly not short of cool cafés to get a great cup of coffee.
One of our favourites is Sensory & Rye. Speciality artisan coffee is mixed with its super cool interior design, creative flavours & awesome music to make this café a great place to hang out with friends, relax and read a book or just people watch. Just when you think, it could not get any better – this café is dog friendly, so there is often a super cute pooch on the next table.
Located on Church Street, in Herefords independent quarter you will find Rocket Kitchen. Another great place to grab a coffee and slice of cake, but Rocket Kitchen is also known for its amazing flat bread pizzas. Grab one of the tables outside and soak up the buzz of Church Street, listen to the local buskers and the bells of the cathedral.
Head towards the river and you will find De Koffie Pot, which is popular HCA students. A café by day serving local, organic, vegan, and gluten-free dishes, and local coffee courtesy of James’ Gourmet Coffee. It is not just great coffee and food available at De Koffee Pot, various classes and clubs are on offer such as Life Drawing, Discussion Nights and the Pub Quiz on Wednesdays, Salsa, Burlesque and Book Club, and Free Live Music at the weekends.
These are just a few of the many independent and high-street cafés you will find in the city centre but if you fancy exploring further afield there are plenty of options available. Love books? Try the Aardvark Café, offering good home-made cakes in a bookshop! Or if you fancy a walk with friends, you can visit Queenswood and grab a coffee and light lunch to go. Finally, there is the opportunity to combine two great passions, coffee (or tea) and art, at Trumpet Corner Tea Room, their walls are adorned with art for you to enjoy from a selection of visiting artists.
Wherever you choose to go we are sure you will enjoy great coffee, cake and conversation.