Birmingham's Independent Coffee Shops
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By Sophie Kiedaisch, Helena Dodd, Caitlin Adams

Boston Tea Party 190 Corporation St, City Centre, Birmingham B4 6QD

Boston Tea Party is housed in a beautiful old building in the heart of Birmingham. It provides great, home made coffee and healthy food for a competitive price. To find out more, please click here.

Six Eight Kafé 6/8 Temple Row, Birmingham B2 5HG

The Six Eight Kafé is a relaxed cafe where coffee-mad baristas serve up artisan brews, home-baked cakes and deli fodder

The shop has been voted as one of the top 50 coffee shops in the UK by The Independent, has been featured on the BBC, and has received a Certificate of Excellence from Tripadvisor. In 2014, it won the Union Best Newcomer Award.

For more information, please click here.

Urban Coffee Company 30 Church St, Birmingham B3 2NP

Coffee and snacks in a red-brick Victorian building with a stripped-back industrial interior.

A very social café, where you can go and play Dungeons and Dragons, perform at an open mic night or meet new people at a film night.

Here is a list of the events they have on for the next few weeks.

Yorks Bakery Cafe 29 Stephenson St, Birmingham B2 4BH

The perfect café for foodies, where you can sample anything from a brownie to avocado and feta on toast alongside your coffee..

Great atmosphere and coffee is available to takeaway.

Especially recommended is their breakfast and brunch menu, which can be found here.

Veg Out Cafe 46 Poplar Rd, Birmingham B14 7AG

Famous for its great customer service and exclusively veggie-friendly environment, Veg Out Cafe is the place to go if you're a vegetarian.

It is so popular that tables must be booked in advance, which can be done here.