Nottingham based coffee roaster, 200 Degrees, continue to expand by opening a third shop in its hometown on Monday 9th May.
Marking a significant milestone for the roasters, it will launch the 17th shop just 10 years after setting up its roastery, which can be found opposite the Notts County Football Stadium at Heston House.
The growing coffee roaster is cementing its place in the city with a shop near the Victoria Centre on Milton Street. It is ideally located for people visiting the city for shopping or commuting.
The new 60 seat shop will continue to serve the quality coffee that has won over the hearts of the Nottingham public. It will comprise of a stylish fit out complete with the iconic 200 Degrees fireplace and will create 15 new jobs.
Rob Darby, CEO at 200 Degrees, said: “I am constantly blown away by the support we’ve had from the people of Nottingham. Having studied in Nottingham, going on to build a life and start a family here, the city has so many memories.
“It’s a privilege to build a thriving business and work with countless incredible people in a place that means so much to me. There seems no better way to celebrate 10 years of 200 Degrees than to open a third shop in the city where it all began.”
The popular coffee company will maintain its extensive food and drink offering with appetising breakfast and lunch options. The menu comprises of freshly prepared sandwiches, pastries and delicious cakes. The coffee offering is centred around 200 Degrees’ signature Brazilian Love Affair espresso blend and is complimented by a range of soft drinks, fruit smoothies and rich milkshakes.
Rob, who was recently awarded Leader of the Year at the East Midlands Leadership Awards, continues: “The last two years have been full of unexpected events but our customers continue to love the brand and are as much to thank for our success as our fantastic team.”
Rob and his business partner, Tom Vincent, founded the company in 2012 and have expanded the 200 Degrees footprint across the north now boasting shops in several other major cities including Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, York and Birmingham.