Calling all caffeine lovers – a brand-new coffee shop has opened in the city centre. With 80-seats in total, 200 Degrees Coffee is located in The Hyphen Building on Mosley Street near St Peter’s Square. The shop will serve up delicious deli-style sandwiches, baguettes, salads, soups and pastries and also include a brand new barista school, featuring workshops, expert talks and more.

The Nottingham based coffee roaster was first established in 2012 by Tom Vincent and his business partner Rob Darby. This will be the company’s twelfth coffee shop, with plans to open more later this year. Director, Tom Vincent, hopes that 200 Degrees will add something memorable to the city with its “independent feel and relaxed, comfortable style”. Customers can enjoy a selection of fresh sandwiches, hand roasted coffee, and indulge in some vegan and gluten-free treats.

Fancy brushing up on your coffee knowledge or learning a new skill? The store’s in-house Barista School will offer a range of courses covering home brewing to more advanced barista techniques such as latte art. Find out more by visiting the website below.

Thu 25 Mar, 200 Degrees Coffee,
The Hybrid Building, Mosley Street, Manchester, M2 3HZ
Lucy Matthews
Published on:
Tue 1 Jun 2021