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#ARUPlaces takes a turn to look at places to eat and drink in Cambridge! Here you’ll be spoilt for choice with cafés: everything from charming tea rooms to quaint coffee shops, spilling out onto market square, lining king’s parade and tucked away in churches and quiet back streets. For a cup of artisan hot chocolate, drop into Chocolat Chocolat on St Andrew’s street and for a multicultural mix of locales stop by Mill Road. The city and surrounding villages are home to some of the best pubs in the region, most serving lunch and dinner. Famously, the eagle on Benet Street is where Nobel prize-winners Francis Crick and James Watson went to celebrate their discovery of the structure of DNA. You’ll find more restaurants in Cambridge’s many hotels, and some of the region's best Michelin-starred dining spots dotted around the city. Visit Cambridge has a handy search tool to help you find the perfect place to eat. Eat Cambridge is a new food festival that celebrates local producers, and will delight you if you’re a bit of a foodie. It takes place in May and features a food fair, pop-up restaurants, secret supper clubs and more.