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Boston Tea Party to open in Leamington Spa

Boston Tea Party to open in Leamington Spa

Boston Tea Party (BTP), the purposeful café chain, will open the doors to its newest café in
Leamington Spa in what was formerly the ASK Italian restaurant on Clarendon Avenue.

The Bristol-based independent chain will start work imminently to give the bright and airy site
a new life. When the café opens in late summer it will create around 30 new jobs for the town.
Boston Tea Party’s 24th café will seat around 140 people inside.

BTP is currently recruiting for good eggs to fill management, front of house, chef and barista
positions. Those interested should apply via the company’s recruitment website

Boston Tea Party’s family-friendly cafés serve up a range of ethically sourced food and drink,
including its award-winning breakfasts (served all day), lunches and homemade cakes
alongside specialty coffees, loose-leaf teas and homemade smoothies and juices.

CEO and Co-owner Sam Roberts says;
“Every BTP is unique and designed to be sympathetic to the building and surroundings. We are so
excited to be heading to Leamington Spa where we’re aiming to create a community hub for the
area, a place to share great food and drink.”

On top of great food and drink however, the business cares deeply about its impact on the
planet. Sam continues;

“We put the company purpose of Making Things Better at the centre of everything we do.
Whether you bring the family for brunch or pop in to grab a takeaway coffee (bring your reusable
cup!) you’ll leave knowing you’ve done a little bit of good too.”

On the 1st June 2018 BTP banned single use coffee cups from its cafés – the first café chain to do
so in the UK. So far it’s stopped over 620,000 cups from going to landfill. Fancy a takeaway? No
problem, bring any reusable cup, borrow one from the fully refundable cup loan scheme or
buy one from £4.25 (a subsidised price which includes your first drink for free).


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