Find your Perfect Roast
Whether you have a latte on your mind or trying to get through the daily grind, we have 6 perfect places for a roast that will perk you up!
The Ground House
Located on King Street in the heart of Stirling City, The Ground House Coffee Shop provides a great atmosphere and wide selection of incredible eats, treats and drinks. With live music on a Sunday and quirky art on the walls, it’s a fan favourite among both locals and visitors. It’s also a top choice for Stirling’s student population with its chill environment, making it the perfect place to kick back, have a coffee and work on those overdue deadlines. “It’s a stellar example of a place that you can sit and enjoy yourself, study, meet people and overall have a quiet and relaxed morning, afternoon or evening”, and with a diverse menu, there is something for everyone – even for the vegans amongst us!
Victoria’s Coffee Shop
Winner of the Stirling & Falkirk Business Award for Best Café 2016 & 2017, Victoria’s Coffee Shop offers an excellent reprieve for coffee in the bustling heart of Stirling’s commercial city. Situated at the bottom end of King Street, this little coffee shop offers a great selection of baked goods and lunchtime items. A popular joint with locals, this family friendly café boasts a friendly and cosy atmosphere, a great vegetarian breakfast and Italian Aroma coffee. Offering haggis and cheese toasties, Victoria’s Coffee Shop comes “Highly recommended for not only the locals but also for tourists who want a little taste of Scotland!”.
Old Town Coffee House
A quaint little coffee shop located on Spittal Street, leading up to the Old Town, the Old Town Coffee House is a great stop on your way up the hill for some much needed sugar and caffeine. Serving an excellent and diverse menu, including tapas, this coffee shop is the perfect place to take a break, catch your breath and watch people explore the copplestone streets of Stirling’s historic Old Town. Besides, it’s cosy décor, little flower pots and homemade dishes make it “…feel like home-from-home”.
Just around the corner from Stirling’s main shopping area, Cisco’s Café can be found on Port Street, just a stone throw away from Stirling’s most affluent area of King’s Park. Offering a fresh and relaxing atmosphere, Cisco’s is “the most friendly and upbeat location in Stirling”. Another favourite among visitors and locals, this little downtown café is “quite simply the best lunchtime food emporium in Stirling”, and is praised for its hot breakfast rolls.
The Bluebell Tearoom
For those who prefer an afternoon tea to a working day lunch, The Bluebell Tearoom is a must. Offering a delicious selection of traditional homemade treats, this coffee shop is great for those with a more traditional taste and a preference for china cups and a “nice pot of real tea-leaf tea”. All produce is locally sourced, and menus include many gluten free and vegan options. This little gem can be found on Pitt Terrace, just facing King’s Park Road.
Another favourite among the local students, The Burgh is situated in the heart of the city at the bottom of King Street and offers a relaxed environment with a great selection of sandwiches, traybakes and coffee. Popular with hipsters, university staff and students, this coffee shop offers a two floor seating area and a great ambience with newspapers available. A perfect blend of contemporary and historical, The Burgh is the perfect place to sit back and enjoy a spot of reading and some coffee. It’s not always the easiest to find a good cup of coffee “but the guys at the Burgh know their stuff”.