Debenhams begins reopening in-store restaurants
The Debenhams department store has begun reopening its in-store food outlets after securing agreements with new and existing partners.
When the retailer reopened 124 stores in June after the Covid-19 lockdown, its restaurants and coffee bars initially remained closed due to continuing government restrictions.
Debenhams has now reopened food outlets in over half of its stores said it hopes to have 100 new food offers up and running by 1 September. This will include the launch of a café by longstanding partner Costa Coffee in the retailer’s flagship store in London’s Oxford Street.
Debenhams will also welcome new partners in a number of stores including Donut King, Bentley’s Coffee, Street & Co, Rounton Coffee and Double Zero.
Sam Shutt, head of food and partnerships at Debenhams, said: “We know our customers like to come with their families to do their shopping and take a break for a cup of coffee and a snack. We’re delighted to be opening some new and different food offers in our stores, many of which will be taking part in “Eat out to Help out”. And if you want to come at the weekend, we’ll even pay for your parking.”
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