Workshop Coffee Co.’s aim to offer the nation the sweetest, cleanest, freshest and most sustainably-procured coffee grows apace as it announces that its fourth London site, Fitzrovia Coffeebar, will open at the end of June.
Located just off Regent Street, this new outlet will serve delicious coffee that is both traceable and representative of its origins, in surroundings that take their inspiration from the local area.
Fitzrovia was historically an intellectual meeting point for artists, politicians and writers like Dylan Thomas, Virginia Woolf, George Bernard Shaw and George Orwell. Workshop Coffee Co. has paid homage to this Bohemian heritage with its use of eclectic materials that provide a decorative element underpinned by a traditional look and feel.
The bar itself is constructed from a very rare piece of Madagascan granite – named Lemurian Blue after the hypothetical “lost land” of Lemuria – that has been specially picked and measured for Workshop Coffee Co. With its polished finish and unique highlights of pearl blue, it is the perfect complement to Fitzrovia Coffeebar’s state-of-the-art machinery.
The coffee, roasted on site at Workshop’s flagship Clerkenwell store, will be prepared and served by highly trained baristas from a La Marzocco Linea PB espresso machine and the ever faithful collection of Mazzer grinders.
Featuring seating for 20, the store will be stocked with retail packs of freshly-roasted Workshop coffee, together with brewers, grinders and other coffee paraphernalia.
Friendly and knowledgeable staff will provide advice to customers on coffee, and how best to store, prepare and enjoy it at home.
Fitzrovia Coffeebar will also feature a separate area in the basement that will be used for home brewing masterclasses.
Fitzrovia Coffeebar will open seven days a week, from 7am until 7pm.
Fitzrovia Coffeebar, 80a Mortimer Street, London, W1W 7FE
For further information please contact:
Primrose @ Jori White Public Relations Ltd
Tel: 0207 734 7001