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Breakfast Club to open two new sites

20 December 2012 by
Breakfast Club to open two new sites

Licensed all-day café chain Breakfast Club is to open two new London sites next year.

The group has secured sites in Battersea in south London, and near Borough Market, following a reported 25% increase in sales year-on-year.

Breakfast Club has taken over the former Le Bouchon Bordelais restaurant on Battersea Rise as well as a site currently being refurbished on Southwark Street close to Borough Market and London Bridge station.

The new restaurants complement Breakfast Club's existing portfolio of outlets in Hoxton, Angel, Soho and Spitalfields. The Spitalfields site also includes the concept's first foray into the bar market with an ancillary 40-cover speakeasy and cocktail bar called the Mayor of Scaredy Town.

Breakfast Club was founded in 2005 and is focused on ethically sourced, freshly prepared breakfast options ranging from traditional full English to pancakes and healthy options such as porridge and fruit. The all-day menu also includes wraps, burgers, burritos, pies, sharing plates and salads.

Leisure specialist David Coffer Lyons secured the new sites for the Breakfast Club.

Consumer spend on breakfast and early evening meals rises >>
http://www.caterersearch.com/Articles/23/11/2012/346314/consumer-spend-on-breakfast-and-early-evening-meals-rises.htm

Breakfast Club owner buys second site in Camden >>
http://www.caterersearch.com/Articles/02/11/2006/309849/Breakfast-Club-owner-buys-second-site-in-Camden.htm

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