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Eating Out and Nightlife in Cambridge

Dine in Cambridge...by bus


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Norfolk Street Bakery

coffee and cake

What presents as a simple independent bakery is actually a resident favorite around the city. You’ll have to get in early to be in with a chance of getting one of their sell out pastel de natas!

Our journey planner will show you the best route with the postcode CB1 2LD

Vanderlyle

wine glasses clinking

They offer a 5-course set vegetarian menu based on seasonal ingredients, made in house daily. You can even get a ‘chefs table’ sat next to the kitchen and watch your dinner be prepared and served by the chefs themselves.

Our journey planner will show you the best route with the postcode CB1 2AD

Varsity

fish and chips

Varsity holds the title of being the oldest restaurant in Cambridge. It has been modernized over the years but still retains that aged charm, serving fresh, seasonal, locally sourced ingredients to make delightful and memorable dishes. 

Our journey planner will show you the best route with the postcode CB2 3AR

Restaurant Twenty-Two

3 stained glass windows

This collaboration restaurant between Sam Carter and Alex Oliver is located in a Victorian heritage house, filled with original architecture and stained-glass windows. They offer a set 3 course, short testing or full testing menu however there is a waiting list so be sure to book ahead of time. 

Our journey planner will show you the best route with the postcode CB4 3AX

 

The Anchor

a wall with Pink Floyd posters

This one is for the music lovers. The Anchor is found on the riverbank and is the pub Pink Floyd originally formed and began playing in before becoming a global success. The pub now is a dedication to the band and is full of posters and fun memorabilia. 

Our journey planner will show you the best route with the postcode CB3 9EL

 

The Old Bicycle Shop

Eggs Benedict

By day this is the best brunch in Cambridge, by night it’s a fun quirky city bar. The building was home to the oldest bike shop in the country and it is rumored that Charles Darwin bought a bike there back in the 1800’s

Our journey planner will show you the best route with the postcode CB2 1DP

The Ivy Cambridge Brasserie

image of group at table

 The Ivy Brasserie strives to be the best combination of sophisticated and upscale while still being approachable and friendly. They offer a breakfast, brunch, a la carte and set menu so regardless of the time of day, you’ll find exactly what you're looking for here. 

Our journey planner will show you the best route with the postcode CB2 1TB

Six

a rooftop bar

Six's restaurant does have a main indoors area with glass walls to admire the city but to get the best view, you need to be on the terrace, overlooking the entire city while enjoying fresh, locally sourced meals. 

Our journey planner will show you the best route with the postcode CB5 8AQ

Vinyl

a nightclub

Disco back in time at Vinyl. This retro style bar and club features a light up dance floor, fully stocked cocktail bar and all the throwback hits you could ever need to dance the night away. 

Our journey planner will show you the best route with the postcode CB2 3HG