At Caffe Bolero our freshly prepared food is made to order and where possible is locally produced. We have a huge choice of coffees, teas, soft drinks, as well as wine and beer.
Caffe Bolero was created from a passion to offer great coffee, premium drinks, simple high quality food and excellent service in a relaxed atmosphere. We have a large twin level outdoor courtyard garden, so no matter the weather you can enjoy your coffee alfresco.
Caffe Bolero was established in 2005 and has developed into Worcester’s busiest coffee shop. Perfect for breakfast, cappuccino and a cake, lunch or a take away coffee 7 days a week with indoor and outdoor seating.
In the late 90s, the Italian Coffee Company opened on the premises and were one of the first to introduce coffee culture to Worcester. Taken over by Bolero in 2005, it has developed into one of Worcester’s busiest coffee shops.
We serve beautifully hand crafted coffee using a Segafredo blend. Segafredo Zanetti is now the leading Espresso producer in Italy and throughout the world, with more than 70,000 clients and 50 million cups of espresso drunk each day. Our customers can’t get enough of our blend and we can’t get enough of our customers.
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