Calling all caffeine lovers – a brand-new coffee shop is set to open in the city centre towards the end of May, which gives us something else to look forward to once lockdown restrictions start to ease and normal life slowly returns. With 80-seats in total, 200 Degrees Coffee will be located in The Hybrid Building on Mosley Street near St Peter’s Square. The shop will create 15 full-time and part-time job
opportunities in the area.

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 12th coffee shop and they plan 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 of course indulge in some vegan chocolate brownies.

Fancy brushing up on your coffee knowledge or learning a new skill? The shop will also feature its very own Barista School and plans to offer a range of courses from home brewing to more advanced barista techniques such as latte art. 200 Degrees will open on Monday 17 May. Find out more by visiting the website below.

Thu 25 Mar, 200 Degrees Coffee,
The Hybrid Building, Mosley Street, Manchester, M2 3HZ

www.200degs.com
Words:
Lucy Matthews
Published on:
Thu 25 Mar 2021