Popular Manchester sourdough bakery Trove is preparing to open a new cafe in the city centre this summer.
The beloved bakeshop is celebrating its tenth birthday this year – having originally launched in Levenshulme back 2011 by Marcus and Katy Saide.
After winning ‘Best Coffee Shop’ at the Manchester Food and Drink Awards, Trove branched out to Ancoats in 2018 – setting up a cafe on Murray Street during the exciting revival of the Cutting Room Square area.
Their latest venture will be part of Bruntwood Works’ new Bloc building – which will have a number of other prestigious neighbours such as BrewDog’s ‘Doghouse’ Hotel.
The MEN has revealed that Trove’s new cafe will be situated just off Marble Street, serving a classic brunch menu as well as coffee, cakes, pastries, freshly baked breads and homemade pickles and chutneys.
Craft beers, wines and cold-pressed juices will also be available.
Charlotte Wild, head of retail at Bruntwood Works said: “We have long been fans of Trove’s approach to food and drink, and we’re absolutely delighted to be welcoming them to the Bloc community.
“It will create a fresh independent cafe destination for the city too with freshly baked bread and their incredible patisserie offering sitting alongside salads and juices – whether it’s treats or the healthiest of options everything is seasonal, sustainable and good for the soul.
“The ethos perfectly complements what we’re all about at Bloc too – bringing balance to business and ensuring our customers can take care of themselves.”
Trove’s new site will launch on June 1.
Learn more about the bakery online.