Speciality coffee roaster 200 Degrees has opened a second shop in Birmingham.
The opening of the new store, which is situated on Lower Temple Street, follows the success of its coffee shop and barista school on Colmore Row in 2016.
As well as speciality coffee roasted at 200 Degrees’ Nottingham HQ, the store will serve deli-style sandwiches, baguettes and a range of salads, soups, cakes and pastries, with vegan and gluten-free options available.
“The decision to open a second coffee shop in Birmingham was an easy one for us. With the Colmore Row shop being so well received, we knew it was the right time to open another and its location near Birmingham New Street is ideal for everyone,” said Tom Vincent, co-founder and director.
“Birmingham is only the second location in which we’ve opened a second coffee shop and I think that’s down to the fantastic support we’ve had from our customers and the wider business community in the city. We’re very excited to contribute further to the fantastic food and drink scene here.
“We look forward to welcoming those who know us, as well as new faces, whether they’re looking to swipe a coffee, or stay a little longer and enjoy a brew and a bite to eat in a relaxed, comfortable setting.”
The opening is the tenth for 200 Degrees since 2014, its most recent being in Liverpool’s Metquarter centre.