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Coffee Club on boil for city

CONSTRUCTION at the new Coffee Club site on the corner of Albion and Percy Sts is anything but idle.

Coffee machines are expected to grind into life come the end of next month.

Franchisees Peter and Lyndal Cook, who moved to Warwick from Brisbane, are excited to start their new life in the Rose City and hope the community will get on board with the new business.

While The Coffee Club is renowned for its coffees and cakes, this site will also boast a cafe, bar and restaurant.

"People will be able to get things from a bowl of chips, right through to a steak and glass of wine," Mr Cook said.

"And of course the cakes and coffees."

The business will be open seven days and seven nights.

Mr Cook said he thought Warwick would benefit from the new commercial development.

"We hope the community will get on board and support it and it will provide a great place for lifestyle and entertainment."

The Coffee Club head office decided to put a franchise on the Warwick site for its prime location.

"It's on a corner and on the main highway so it gets passing through traffic and I think it's one of the best sites in town," Mr Cook said.

The site will feature 12 on-site car parks with street parking also available.

Mr Cook hopes to employ about 12-15 staff members, and depending on business will cater to suit.

MBC Construction and local tradesmen are developing the site.

Topics:  coffee club, restaurant, warwick



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