Set to open its third coffee shop in Gloucestershire, Triple Two Coffee will launch at 223 High Street in Cheltenham on Friday 21 December 2018 at 11am.
Replacing the former Trespass store in the town’s lower High Street, the branch will be the largest of Triple Two’s coffee shops, which are located in South Cerney and in Cirencester. The coffee shop will be spread across two levels with more than 80 covers, and a fully accessible ground floor.
Josh Roberts from Triple Two Coffee told SoGlos: ‘Cheltenham is a great town and it’s local to us as the company owners are from Cirencester. We just love the High Street there and it seemed like the next place for us to go.’
In its planning application to Cheltenham Borough Council, the firm says its mission statement is to ‘deliver excellence and serve premium quality speciality coffee matched with innovative food choices.
The venue hopes to be ‘a place where people could get a great quality cup of coffee alongside awesome fresh food in a cool and relaxed environment for the same price as the leading high street chains.’
For more information call (01793) 422037.
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