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Sandwich bars in York Take the stress out of shopping with a pit-stop at a sandwich bar in the city centre. Offering everything from potatoes to pasta to pasties you’ll find something to suit your hunger or if you’re just looking for a simple cup of coffee or tea you’ll be spoilt for choice.

York has its fair share of familiar names from O’Briens and Café Nero to Starbucks. There’s also a great choice of independent venues offering something a little different.

Try The Danish Kitchen [map], High Ousegate, for a variety of open sandwiches and unusual pastries.

If you want to wile away a few hours and fancy something more than a sandwich visit Mason’s Bistro Bar [map], Fossgate, for Mediterranean-inspired cuisine and bright comfortable surroundings.

For a taste of France drop by Delifrance [map], at Low Petergate, which provides a range of inviting baguettes and tasty pastries to hungry shoppers.

With views over the river and al fresco dining in the warmer months a visit to City Screen [map], Coney Street, can tempt you away from the crowds for some great and unusual dishes. The bar is located beneath the cinema and is an ideal place to sup a beer on a hot day and watch the world go by.

If you prefer traditional tea shops you’re well catered for with a variety dotted throughout the city centre. For a treat, why not visit the famous Betty’s Tea Rooms [map] at St Helen’s Square. Be prepared for a lengthy wait to experience Betty’s famous hospitality.

If you’re on a sightseeing tour of York a visit to The Earl Grey Tea Rooms [map] is a must. The quaint tea rooms are located within the heart of The Shambles and provide a great atmosphere spot from which to indulge in your favourite tea, coffee or snack.

For a spot of culture visit the café bar at York Theatre Royal [map], St Leonard’s Place. The design of the bar might make you feel like you’re sitting in a goldfish bowl but it’s the perfect location from which to view the splendid exterior of The York City Museum opposite.

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