The Coffee Club Cranebrook is now open and boasts the first drive through option for the café group in New South Wales.
The family-owned business will be celebrating with customers during its grand opening this Saturday, December 11 from 9am to 12pm.
General Manager of The Coffee Club Cranebrook and Nepean River, Paul Salamakis, said they were looking for the perfect opportunity to expand.
“My sister, Tina, and my mother, Margarita, are the owners and I oversee the stores and we felt it was the right time to open another café,” he said.
“We identified the site in Cranebrook along Andrews Road that is part of a growth corridor and we felt it was the right one.”
Adding to the café is the first Coffee Club drive-through window in the state, which
Mr Salamakis said is an exciting concept.
“While we love serving our dine-in customers, we think we will reach a different set of customers who want to enjoy a delicious meal or excellent coffee based on convenience,” he said.
“We have a really nice café menu and then a condensed drive-through menu which has things like flat grills, burgers, chips, hash browns, nuggets and all beverage choices.”
Mr Salamakis said the greater Penrith community has already shown their support for the new venture.
“The Coffee Club is a popular brand in Penrith with four other restaurants, so we already have a strong community who has embraced us with support and great feedback on social media,,” he said.
“The community wants another local café and convenience, so this is a great option, plus we will be on Uber Eats soon.”
Hosting the official opening this weekend, Mr Salamakis said locals can try it out before it becomes their new favourite spot.
“From 9am on Saturday we will have giveaways, fun activities for the kids, special guests and the 96.1 Street Team will be there,” he said.
“We will be trading seven days from 6am to 6pm, so make sure to grab something if you are on the way to work, doing school drop-offs or just want a meal to eat.”
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