A fast-growing coffee shop chain is opening a new café in Bristol city centre.
Triple Two started out as a kiosk inside a Swindon shopping centre in 2016 before launching its first bricks and mortar site in the Wiltshire town later that year.
Since then the brand has added 18 more locations in towns and cities across the UK including Cheltenham, Manchester, Newport and London – and it’s now on the brink of opening its first Bristol branch.
Visitors to the café, which is replacing the former Department of Coffee & Social Affairs site in Quakers Friars, will be able to choose from a menu of ‘fresh, delicious food’ to accompany the high quality coffee.
Options on the food menu at Triple Two’s other sites include bacon rolls, mac and cheese, flatbreads and sandwiches, with everything made fresh daily.
Triple Two’s website reads: “Since the opening of our very first store, a kiosk inside the Brunel Centre, Swindon, the brand has gone from strength to strength. Four months later we opened our flagship 3,000 sqft store.
“You may think after achieving so much over the past year we are sitting back and relaxing, in fact, we haven’t even started yet.
“We are aiming to open over 100 stores over the next three years and turn Triple Two Coffee into the successful national, and ultimately international company it deserves to become.
“With the business developing daily, you should watch this space.”
Triple Two’s Cheltenham branch has a rating of 4.6 / 5 on Google from 84 reviews.
Visitors have praised the service and the quality of coffee.