200 Degrees opens 15th coffee shop
Nottingham-based 200 Degrees Coffee Roasters will open their second coffee shop in the City of York at the McArthurGlen Designer Outlet.
This will be the coffee roaster’s third venue with the retail outlet group following earlier openings at both the East and West Midlands Designer Outlets.
The new shop will create 12 new full-time and part-time jobs and is located next to the southern entrance to the outlet. It combines 200 Degrees’ independent feel and relaxed, comfortable interior with a large outside seating area that catches the afternoon sun.
200 Degrees, a coffee company dedicated to helping people ‘Drink Better Coffee’, already have big plans for their newest shop. They have designed a purpose-built space to showcase their selection of home brew equipment and range of Sage espresso machines. They will also be hosting hands-on demonstration sessions throughout the year. Their first store opened in 2014.
Tom Vincent, MD at 200 Degrees reflects: “We’re looking forward to continuing our strong partnership with McArthurGlen and expanding our presence in the York area. We’ve got some really unique features in this new shop, such as our first ever coffee roaster, as well as the familiar things people love such as our hand roasted coffee, friendly baristas and food that’s freshly made in our kitchen every day.”
With the outlet being less than 20 minutes’ drive from York, they hope to draw on the success of their shop in the city centre. Paul Tyler, Centre Manager said, “At McArthurGlen Designer Outlet York we always strive to bring new food and beverage experiences for our visitors, which is why we are thrilled to announce that fan-favourite roastery and coffee shop 200 Degrees will be opening at York Designer Outlet this September. 200 Degrees Coffee have a significant cult following, so we are confident our coffee-loving guests are going to indulge in some speciality drinks with food to fuel their visits in the coming weeks.”
200 Degrees was set up by Tom and his business partner Rob Darby in 2012 and has 15 ‘distinctively independent’ coffee shops as well as its Roast House near Trent Bridge in Nottingham.
The company has seen significant growth opening 4 new shops in 2021 and plans for further expansion in 2022.
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