The Caffuccino coffee chain will have one more member in Sherbrooke.
After having established itself in Granby last year and projects for Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu and Saint-Hyacinthe in 2018, the company will move into the office building located at the corner of King and Belvedere Streets. downtown.
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With a new formula “bistro”, the trade will open its doors next September in the premises of the restaurant Van Houtte.
The project will generate a dozen jobs, announces Michel Lussier, president of Caffuccino.
“This is a great opportunity that has come to us and we are very proud to have found the ideal location to develop a Caffuccino with the new concept developed for franchises”, says Mr. Lussier, in a press release. press.
“Our six restaurants in Sherbrooke and Magog will remain full-service restaurant-bars, but it’s with our” bistro “formula that we want to spread our brand across Quebec. This new facility will allow us to show Sherbrookers what the concept is that we want to install everywhere in office buildings across the province. ”
The concept comes in the form of a European-style bistro café with counter service, an “espresso bar”, a fireplace, armchairs and bistro tables. We will keep the same criteria and standards of the original formula, including specialty coffees.
Last November, we learned that Caffuccino was striving to open two new bistro-style franchises in 2018 in St-Jean-sur-Richelieu and St-Hyacinthe.
Since opening its first restaurant in Magog in 1997, the Caffuccino now has six full-service restaurants, four bistro-style franchises and more than 200 employees. The Caffuccino also offers a catering service and a collection of coffee in bulk, cane or capsule available in all its establishments and on its online store.