One of Preston’s most popular coffee and brunch places has opened a second cafe.Advertisement
Rise has expanded to a new premises in Fishergate to compliment the Miller Arcade cafe which has quickly become a mainstay of the city’s brunching scene.
Owned by Leigh Norton and Jack Swire then Rise 3 is close to Preston Railway Station at 78A Fishergate.
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The pair already operated from the Miller Arcade and also have a second Rise in York.
Focused on coffee, bakes and juice Rise 3 is operating from 7am to 6pm on weekdays and then 8am to 5pm on Saturdays and Sundays.
The menu is different to the Miller Arcade Rise from freddo cappuccinos, to freshly made juices and smoothies, to mortadella, pesto and ricotta focaccia, to pain au chocolat, to salted chocolate cookies.
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Dogs are also welcome and there’s a puppouccino on the menu.
Co-owner Leigh Norton told Blog Preston: “We are super excited to have another Rise in Preston. We wanted to bring something a little bit different to the city.
“A place where you can come for a coffee with your friends, grab a croissant before your morning train commute, a chilled place to do some work on your laptop, and also somewhere to bring your furry friends.
“We have some delicious bakes, cakes and jucies available, but with a grab and go concept, or with the option to sit in and chill with the good vibes. We have had a great few days since opening, a huge thank you to our amazing customers and staff.”
The premises used to be a former betting shop and the new Rise will create ten new jobs in total.
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