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Bold Street Coffee to open at University Green

Award-winning speciality coffee brand Bold Street Coffee is opening its second site in Manchester, at the University of Manchester’s University Green.

BSC University Green will open in time for the return of the students in September 2022, and will have an outside terrace area and space for up to 80 people inside.

Bold Street Coffee first opened in Manchester on Cross Street in December 2021. Receiving an incredibly warm welcome, the brand, which was created in Liverpool and has been a city institution since opening on Bold Street in 2010, has continued to grow.

BSC University Green is the fourth venue for the group, with a second Liverpool site opening in the business district of Liverpool at The Plaza in February 2022.

Serving up speciality coffee that’s roasted in house and having independent guest roasters on rotation, Bold Street Coffee has built a community of avid coffee connoisseurs who can enjoy carefully blended Flat Whites, Mocha, Espresso, Cortado, Cappuccino, Latte, Americano, Short & Long Black, Piccolo and Batch Brew as well as a selection of teas and iced drinks.

Like its other sites, BSC University Green will be both family and dog friendly with Babaccinos and Puppaccinos available as well as an entire Breakfast, Lunch and Brunch menu.

Known for its speciality coffee, BSC University Green will also have its own range of BSC House coffee beans as well as guest roast to purchase and home brewing equipment once open in September.

In the meantime, guests can visit BSC Cross Street everyday to enjoy a smooth coffee of their choice and fresh pastries, Buoys, BSC Frys, Boxes and Bowls.

Matt Farrell, Director of Bold Street Coffee, said: “We’re delighted to announce our next project in Manchester. The transformation to the Oxford Road corridor in the last few years has been dramatic and the ever expanding, vibrant University makes this a diverse and exciting place to set up the next BSC after its opening success on Cross Street.

“We are pleased at GSG to be adding extra roots in the Manchester food and drink scene with more to follow later in the year. After such a difficult few years, there is an air of expectation around and I think this marks the start of an exciting time for the city, speciality coffee and Northern Hospitality.”