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Spurriergate Centre

Spurriergate Centre Review

Churches aren't just for services, as this 15th-century house of worship proves. Resurrected as a cafeteria (there's also a café on the upper floor), St. Michael's is a favorite spot for both tourists and locals to refuel spiritually (you can request use of the prayer room upstairs) as well as physically. You may end up eating beef casserole on the spot where John Wesley prayed in 1768. Don't pass up the cream scones.

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  • Closed Sun. No dinner.
Updated: 06-10-2013

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