Cafe chain to open latest branch this month in Bishopston

August 30 2013
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A cafe chain has confirmed it will be opening its doors on Gloucester Road in late September.

A  cafe chain has confirmed it will be opening its doors on Gloucester Road in late September.

Boston Tea Party’s new cafe will be located on the Nevil Road junction and is set to provide 20 new jobs.

The cafe will accommodate 100 customers inside, and another 50 outside, as well as provide space for local artists to perform or to display their work.

“We have been looking for a suitable location to open on Gloucester Road for a few years now and the building has bags of character,” says Sam Roberts, the managing director of Boston Tea Party. “Gloucester Road is a great area, and we feel [the cafe] will complement existing operators perfectly – hopefully together we can counter the current tendency of locals heading down to the bottom end of Gloucester Road for their food and caffeine fix!”

Boston Tea Party already operates on Whiteladies Road, Cheltenham Road, Park Street and Clifton Village, as well as country-wide.