200 Degrees opens a new café in York
200 Degrees roasters have announced that their York store will open at the end of June 2021.
The new store, which seats 82, will create 15 new full-time and part-time retail jobs at 68 Low Petergate, within walking distance of many major tourist attractions including York Minster and The Shambles.
The company was started by director Tom Vincent and his partner Rob Darby in 2012 and has 11 ‘distinctly independent’ cafes and its roast near Trent Bridge in Nottingham.
The new opening marks the fourteenth for the company, which has already announced two new openings, including one in the Hyphen Building in Manchester, for this year.
Vincent said: “This store should have been opened last April, but we are finally here and we hope that our independent attitude and relaxed way of doing things add to this fantastic area as everything returns to normal no matter what. it would be.
“We look forward to joining the local business community in York and supporting the thriving visitor economy in any way we can, perhaps by offering some people a coffee and one of our delicious vegan brownies. I also hope to use my new joke that the store is close to a mess as many times as possible. “