September 6th, 2016

Boston Tea Party cafe set to open in Stratford

Boston Tea Party cafe set to open in Stratford Boston Tea Party cafe set to open in Stratford
Updated: 11:01 am, Feb 26, 2016

A NEW cafe/bar is set to open in the heart of Stratford at the end of March creating some 30 jobs.

Boston Tea Party will be based at St Gregory’s Hall, a converted school house in Henley Street, just a stone’s throw from Shakespeare’s Birthplace.

The Bristol-based independent chain  has already filled a number of key positions for the new café, including hiring a general manager and a kitchen manager, but 25 to 30 staff including front of house positions are still being recruited.

Managing director Sam Roberts said: “Stratford is somewhere we’ve been eager to move into for some time and after we found the perfect location in St Gregory’s Hall, we’ve been busy refitting the interior to create a very individually styled café-bar for this vibrant community, as well as building a small extension at the back to boost the kitchen work space available.

“Now we’d like to hire locally to fill the job vacancies before we open our 18th café-bar in Stratford in March, giving a further boost to the already well-established food and drink scene which this world-famous town has become so well known for.”

Stratford’s Boston Tea Party will seat 120 customers inside, with an outdoor seating area for 50.

The chain will serve breakfasts, brunches, lunches and main meals together with snacks and specialty coffees and loose leaf teas.

Visiting www.bostonteaparty.co.uk for job vacancies and further details.

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