Coffee Republic maintains growth with new cafe agreement

Coffee Republic Romford

Expansive national coffee chain, Coffee Republic, has struck a deal to open a site at the new Lexican retail development in Bracknell, Berkshire.

The group, which offers freshly-prepared food for breakfast and lunch as well as a selection of seasonal muffins, cakes and pastries, plans to open the doors to the new shop in the early autumn.

It has secured a unit in the main entrance to Princess Square, which should see it benefit from strong foot traffic. Coffee Republic Aylesbury

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Rob Morris, general manager at the Bracknell Regeneration Partnership said: “We’re very excited to welcome Coffee Republic to Princess Square at such an exciting time for the town centre. The chain will add to Princess Square’s fantastic retailer offer which currently includes food, fashion, health and beauty, stationers and gadgets.”

Coffee Republic almost 30 coffee bars across the UK, and 18 international bars in countries such as Romania, Kuwait and Jordan.

Its most recent openings have come in Romford, Aylesbury, Golders Green and Bedford.

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