Nottingham attraction cafe closes for redevelopment after takeover


Visitors to Nottingham Contemporary will be greeted by a new cafe following a takeover by Blend.

The café on the ground floor of the exhibition center has closed its doors for a makeover.

It will reopen with a new look on Saturday February 12.

“We can’t wait to share it with you,” a spokesperson for the art gallery said.

Locally owned Blend burst onto Nottingham’s foodie scene by opening a unit in Sneinton Market in 2017.

She will celebrate her fifth birthday with a party at Avenue C on Sunday, February 27 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.

It serves coffee, grilled cheese sandwiches and cakes.

Last year Blend expanded to open a second cafe last year aimed at a different audience in Sneinton Market.

Blend at EastWest has a more corporate vibe and is popular with downtown workers, especially those in City Gate.

It is located below the office block, in the house of the former Toll Bar pub in Tollhouse Hill.

As well as the usual offering of specialty coffee made from beans from Nottingham’s Stewarts artisan roastery, visitors can choose from a colorful beetroot latte or turmeric drink.

Ciabattas, paninis and croissants are served with toppings that change daily.

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