Change of site for in­die cof­fee shops

Manchester Evening News - - CITY LIFE -

TWO of Greater Manch­ester’s best­loved in­die cof­fee shops have found new homes af­ter los­ing their premises this year.

Lupo Caffè Ital­iano shut its re­spected Chapel Street shop last week af­ter owner Nico Pasquali says he was served no­tice by his land­lord.

It was a sim­i­lar story for the own­ers of North­ern Quar­ter cof­fee shop Idle Hands, which found it­self home­less in July af­ter the lease was ter­mi­nated on the Dale Street unit it was due to move into.

Now both busi­nesses are back on their feet with new premises in the pipe­line.

Lupo Caffè Ital­iano will be re­open­ing inside The Boatshed build­ing on Ex­change Quay in the com­ing weeks, Nico has re­vealed.

He tweeted: “I have been burst­ing to tell you! We have a new place!!!

“You will find us in new @ur­ban_s­plash build­ing, The Boatshed, on Ex­change Quay in a few weeks!

“Thanks so much everybody for your sup­port. See you at Lupo chap­ter two.”

Idle Hands own­ers Dave and Lucy Wolin­ski have also found new premises where they hope to re­open their shop af­ter keep­ing things tick­ing over with a res­i­dency at street food fair GRUB.

They have yet to re­veal the ex­act lo­ca­tion of the unit, which they have ex­changed an agree­ment to lease on, but said it would be in the North­ern Quar­ter.

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