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A cosy cup of hot chocolate, an aromatic coffee or a refreshing cup of tea (and cake) is always a great idea no matter the time of day!

You can find a selection of quaint tea shops, and cafes which sell hearty breakfasts, and light lunches at affordable prices across all corners of the Tees Valley.

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Badgers Cafe and Cocktail Bar

Badger’s is a trendy cafe during the day, vibrant cocktail and wine bar at night, and brings a ...

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Baker Street Kitchen

On the corner of Baker Street and Albert Road, a friendly, social, casual coffee bar & ...

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Bentley’s Coffee Shop

Welcome to Bentley’s, an independent, family-run coffee shop serving locally sourced coffee, ...

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Biancos Deli

Nestled in amongst the bars and restaurants at Navigation Point, a diner in a hurry should seek out ...

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Borrelli Delicatessen

Borrelli is an Italian deli and cafe sitiated in Yarm.  It is a great place for take away food or ...

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Cafe Etch

Cafe Etch is an independent coffee shop located in Middlesbrough serving a selection of delicious ...

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Café Italissimo

Café Italissimo is an Italian inspired café and Deli serving Italian coffee and sweet ...

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Cafe Nossa

Cafe Nossa is another amazing independent business to join Yarm’s award-winning High Street. If ...

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Cats Wiskers Coffee Shop & Bistro

Cat Wiskers has a popular menu with a choice of traditional home made cooking and an extensive ...

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The Creams story is one of passion, commitment… and big flamboyant desserts. It took many ...

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Daisy-Mae’s Vintage Tea Room

Daisy-Mae’s Vintage Tea Room is a chic English vintage tea room, enjoy an elegant experience ...

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Georgian Theatre Bar

The Georgian Theatre in Stockton-on-Tees is Tees Valley’s longest running independent music ...


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