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146 E. Liberty St.The Templetons
(Lower Level)
330-601-1880

In Spring of 2015 Allison & Stuart moved from Kilmarnock, Scotland to Ohio armed with traditional Scottish recipes, a passion for good tea & coffee, and a dream of opening their own coffee shop.

After falling in love with Wooster and finding the perfect space in Liberty Street Marketplace, Templeton’s Scottish Bakery & Coffee House was born….

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**Photo by Meg Bowman Photography

Upcoming Events

  • 13th Annual Wooster Arts Jazz Fest

    The 13th Annual Wooster Arts Jazz Fest returns to downtown Wooster with all-day jazz, a juried art s...

    September 17 @ 11:00 am - 7:00 pm at Downtown Wooster
  • Sounds of Downtown

    Come stroll along to wonderful music Friday, September 23rd from 6-8pm, in Downtown Wooster. Main St...

    September 23 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm at Downtown Wooster
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Latest News

  • Wayne County Courthouse Renovation (8/13/2015) - Are you interested in the Wayne County Courthouse renovation project? Visit the WC Commissioners website and you can follow the project in great detail!
  • City of Wooster- Downtown Plan (8/11/2015) - The City of Wooster has initiated a process to create a Downtown Strategic Plan. By developing a plan to build the Downtown, Wooster will create a shared vision that builds on the Comprehensive Plan already in place. Click HERE for more information and to provide feedback.
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What Others Are Saying

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Whenever parents or prospective students are visiting The College of Wooster we never hesitate to recommend our favorite restaurants for breakfast, lunch or dinner.   The unique shops and gift stores provide a wide variety of options, everything from a gift for a friend to new clothes for a special event. Throughout the year there are events taking place on the historic square, with the Saturday farmers market being one of our favorites.
Peg & Grant Cornwell, College of Wooster