The brand will be bringing its hand-roasted coffee from its roast house in Nottingham.
200 Degrees Coffee has opened its newest site in Lincoln.
The new 90-seater coffee shop is located at 34 Sincil Street in the Cornhill Quarter heritage development in the heart of Lincoln. It will be 200 Degrees’ 8th shop to open since 2014, and the 5th to feature a bespoke barista training school, including new courses and tasting events for experienced baristas and coffee enthusiasts.
Featuring a courtyard garden, and a sweeping mezzanine for the barista school, the new shop will serve 200 Degrees coffee with a selection of salads, soups, sandwiches, cakes and pastries prepared daily on the premises. Vegan and gluten free options will be available, and customers may choose to eat in or takeaway.
Freshly roasted beans are also available for purchase in store and online.
“A lot of hard work has gone into the opening and we’ve had our fair share of glitches and tense moments, we’re very excited to finally open our doors to the city and are honoured to become part of Lincoln’s thriving food and drink scene. We cherish coffee culture and hope to become an integral part of the Cornhill Quarter and its rich history by providing a comfortable and relaxing space where people can feel at home," Tom Vincent, co-founder and director at 200 Degrees, said.
200 Degrees operates independent coffee shops in Nottingham, Birmingham, Leeds, Sheffield, Leicester and Cardiff. The company has further national expansion plans with a shop in Manchester due to open this year.
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