UK-based café chain operator Costa Coffee has announced the opening of its remodelled store in North Quay Retail Park, Lowestoft.
The upgraded store now features a new drive-through facility and new interiors, including digital menu boards, modern furniture and illuminated mirrors.
Costa Coffee’s North Quay Retail Park store was closed for renovations in July this year.
The upgrade aims to improve customer experience and provide convenience for coffee lovers in the area.
In addition to its existing team members, the brand has also recruited seven new baristas for this upgraded store.
Costa Coffee regional operation director Luke Shaughnessy said: “We are delighted to welcome our loyal customers and newcomers back to our Unit 11, North Quay Retail Park store today.
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“Our team have been hard at work during the temporary closure to bring exciting upgrades to the store.
“Returning even brighter and bolder, we are confident that our customers will enjoy an even more enhanced Costa Coffee experience at our refreshed store in Lowestoft.”
Last month, Costa Coffee opened its new drive-through location in Wakefield, UK.
Located in Ossett Silkwood Park, the new store has a drive-through lane, indoor and outdoor seating, feature walls and digital menu boards.
The coffee chain said that its new store provides customers with an “uplifting and modern” environment.