Coffee Shop from Novosibirsk Opens in Frankfurt
Siberian coffee shop chain Traveler’s Coffee opened a new coffee shop in Frankfurt on March 21. As Anvar Piriev, the CEO of Traveler’s Coffee Moscow, according to Novosibirsk News, the coffee shop is located in the busisness center of Frankfurt am Main, on Bockenheimer Landstraße, not far from the Old Opera House and Rothschild Park.
The coffee shop functions as an espresso bar, and takes 120 square meters with a bit more than 40 seats. The cheapest coffee (espresso) costs there 2 euros, a big cup of cuppuccino is 3.5 euros, and one can also buy snacks from 5 to 7 euros. Traveler’s Coffee is a company founded by Christopher Michael Tara-Browne in Novosibirks, Russia. The company owns a chain of coffee shops, roasting and confectionery production. The company is an active member of SCAE.
Traveler’s Coffee Moscow is planning to open several coffee shops in Germany by the end of the year.