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Six locally-owned places to get lunch in Rugby

If a soggy sandwich from home won't quite cut it there are plenty of locally-owned businesses in Rugby that will serve you up a fantastic lunch.

And here, in no particular order, is a (far from exhaustive) list of some of our favourite places to get a boost for the afternoon.

Cafe Coco on Chapel Street is one of the top candidates for a hearty lunch. Staff are friendly, service is quick and the food is tasty and reasonably priced. The interior has a rustic charm to it. Great for a Full English - but don't neglect their other offerings.
Cafe Coco on Chapel Street is one of the top candidates for a hearty lunch. Staff are friendly, service is quick and the food is tasty and reasonably priced. The interior has a rustic charm to it. Great for a Full English - but don't neglect their other offerings.
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High Street's Maia Gelato tempts us to have ice cream for lunch. And why not? It's great ice cream.
High Street's Maia Gelato tempts us to have ice cream for lunch. And why not? It's great ice cream.
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Snobs be gone. Mr G's Refreshments is a chariot of meaty deliciousness. In an age where a McDonald's meal can leave you with little change from a 10 note, Mr G will serve you a leviathan of a hot dog and a drink for next to nothing. But that's not to say we don't like the spud van from time to time.
Snobs be gone. Mr G's Refreshments is a chariot of meaty deliciousness. In an age where a McDonald's meal can leave you with little change from a 10 note, Mr G will serve you a leviathan of a hot dog and a drink for next to nothing. But that's not to say we don't like the spud van from time to time.
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Caffe Vita on High Street is oozes trendiness. A good place for a coffee and a panini.
Caffe Vita on High Street is oozes trendiness. A good place for a coffee and a panini.
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