Exeter for Foodies and History Buffs

Exeter for Foodies and History Buffs, Exeter, England (B)

Arriving in Exeter, a southern England city, counting almost 2000 years of history, the first thing a curious visitor needs to do on a crisp winter’s morning is find a coffee shop and defrost those fingertips…And she is in luck. It turns out Exeter has a bustling cafe scene, whether you prefer coffee made by one of the numerous franchise cafes or want to explore what the independents have to offer. This curious visitor finds that it’s too cold to be wandering around in an unknown city, looking for a proper coffee, so she dashes into the very first place on her way…It turns out she ends up in a small independent place March Coffee brewing excellent coffee and serving some wickedly delicious doughnuts…

…the frozen visitor ends up having a doughnut (!) after many years of not even looking the direction of this type of food…With doughnut filling varieties that change every week, plus some healthy cake and savory dish choices on the menu, March Coffee seems to attract a motley crowd of coffee+cake types as well as healthy food enthusiasts. Another independent coffee house you might find yourself going back to is a tiny little place called ‘Devon Coffee‘, squeezed between a jeweller’s and a tailor’s. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Exeter for Foodies and History Buffs
Guide Location: England » Exeter
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Vytene Laucyte
Read it on Author's Website: http://curioustovisit.com/exeter/
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • March Coffee
  • Devon Coffee
  • Exeter Cathedral
  • Tucker’s Hall
  • Exeter’s Quayside
  • the House That Moved
  • Parliament street