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Esquire acquires Chez in Gay Village

Esquire acquires Chez in Gay Village

Esquires Coffee is pleased to announce that its 36th, and probably most unique store, to date, will be opening in Manchester on the 28th March for a 2-day soft opening, before officially opening its doors w/c 3rd of April.

This store will be opening in one of the most diverse, yet central corners of Manchester. Sandwiched between Piccadilly and Oxford Rd Stations, the store will be surrounded by offices and apartments and will sit on the edge of

the Village, the Universities and China town.

True to its values, Esquires Coffee Manchester will be focused on sustainable, ethically and locally sourced food aswell as Fairtrade and organic coffee, teas and chocolate. It will also offer great classics as well as healthy variants,

vegetarian and vegan foods, all served in a cosy and upbeat environment.

Think about cold pressed juices, pizza, house-made granola, baked eggs with salmon or chorizo, avocado on toast, three bean chilli, Halloumi burger, salads and hot boxes, amongst others. All available to eat in or take away in fully compostable boxes.

Esquires Coffee will serve as more than just a coffee house. With its cool and quirky environment, filled with communal tables and cosy seating, it is the perfect spot to relax, study or work.

On the soft opening days (28th and 29th of March) customers can expect to receive several giveaways:

? 10 a.m. – First 50 customers will receive a free coffee

? 1 p.m. – First 20 customers will receive 50% discount on food purchases.

? 4 p.m. – First 10 customers will receive a free limited edition E-coffee cup when purchasing both food &

drink items

Esquires Manchester Opening Hours will be: Mon – Fri 7am to 5pm and Sat – Sun 9am to 3pm.

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Published: 23-Mar-2018

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