200 Degrees opens first out of town outlet
200 Degrees recently opened its latest coffee shop in the popular McArthurGlen east Midlands designer outlet.
200 Degrees recently opened its latest coffee shop in the popular McArthurGlen east Midlands designer outlet. The new 80-seater outlet at junction 28 of the M1 will bring 16 new jobs to the region, offering freshly roasted coffee sourced directly from the 200 Degrees roast house just 30 minutes away in Nottingham, alongside fresh food, and a range of home brewing gadgets and gifts.
Located in unit 21, the new 1,865 sq. ft. shop will feature the spacious, relaxed, modern decor that is familiar to 200 Degrees, with a coffee bar, fireplace snug area and a large outdoor seating space. As well as a distinctive and original menu, which includes deli-style sandwiches, baguettes, salads, soups, cakes and pastries, there will also be plenty of vegan and gluten-free options available to eat in or takeaway.
Tom Vincent, co-founder and director of 200 Degrees, said: “We are delighted to be opening our first out of town location in the UK and look forward to welcoming staff and visitors to the outlet in time for the festive season.
“As a prime retail destination in the east Midlands, we are honoured to be serving our freshly roasted coffee blends, food and new festive options to shoppers, alongside our range of high-calibre brewing equipment and gadgets for coffee lovers to recreate the 200 Degrees experience at home.”