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Cuppa Joe lovers stoked at opening of Warwick Coffee Club

One of The Coffee Club directors John Lazarou, Landmark Harcourts principal Max Holder, franchisees Peter and Lyndall Cook and Landmark Harcourts real estate agent Peter Thew outside the doors of the new Coffee Club.
One of The Coffee Club directors John Lazarou, Landmark Harcourts principal Max Holder, franchisees Peter and Lyndall Cook and Landmark Harcourts real estate agent Peter Thew outside the doors of the new Coffee Club. Georja Ryan

THE Coffee Club is open and ready for business.

Franchisee Peter Cook said he was excited to see the glass doors swing open yesterday morning.

"It's a good feeling; it's finally here," Mr Cook said.

"The customers have been very receptive and happy that we've opened.

"A lot of locals have wished us good luck which is really nice."

Warwick's restaurant is one of almost 300 around the country and to celebrate the opening, one of the top directors of The Coffee Club, John Lazarou made the trip out to the Rose City.

"I just sent an email to my personal assistant that I would love to stay here for a while longer," Mr Lazarou said.

"So I said when is my next available weekend, which is November 23, and so I am coming back to spend some time in Warwick."

Mr Lazarou, who is based in Brisbane, said he couldn't be happier with how the Warwick restaurant turned out.

"It looks great; it's just what Warwick needs," he said.

The Coffee Club will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week from 6.30am until late.

Drop in for a coffee and cake, or go all out with a steak and glass of red.

Topics:  business, cafe, coffee, the coffee club, warwick



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