200 Degrees is opening its second coffee shop in Birmingham

Calling all coffee addicts, have we got some news for you. Independent coffee roaster 200 Degrees has announced that it’s opening its second shop in the city centre in August and we cannot wait!

Following on from the huge success of its shop on Colmore Row, the brand new 65-seater venture will be located in the former Midland Hotel on Lower Temple Street. Just stone’s throw away from New Street, that means picking up your morning coffee is about to get a whole lot easier.

Whether you’re popping in for a quick coffee, a bite to eat or a place to work, the new 200 Degrees venue will be serving up freshly roasted coffee, plus a tempting range of salads, soups, sandwiches, cakes and pastries prepared daily on the premises, with plenty of vegan and gluten-free options available to eat in or takeaway. And trust us when we say, you need to try the caramel espresso brownies.

Established in 2012, 200 Degrees already has stores in Nottingham, Leeds, Sheffield, Leicester, Cardiff and Lincoln and this latest shop will be its 10th opening. Set to open on August 19, we can’t wait to w

elcome Birmingham’s newest independent.

Tom Vincent, co-founder and director at 200 Degrees, said: “Birmingham is the first location outside of Nottingham in which we’ve opened two coffee shops, and we’re very excited to contribute further to the fantastic food and drink scene across the city and be part of this area’s rapid regeneration.

“Our Colmore Row coffee shop has been very well received since we opened and the new Lower Temple Street store will give our customers somewhere closer to visit next to New Street Station.”

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