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Published on April 5th, 2016 | by Niall Norbury

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Opening Soon: Caffeine & Cocktails Reading

A new independent cocktail bar and cafe will be serving food and coffee during the day and speciality drinks during the evening.

Caffeine & Cocktails Reading is a brand new venue set to open in the former site of Mix Cocktail Bar in Kings Walk. Opening in Mid-May, the bar will transform throughout the day to serve a variety of different people.

From early morning, Caffeine & Cocktails will be serving up excellent coffee with pastries, sandwiches and other light bites. As the day progresses the menu will switch over to meat platters before becoming a premium cocktail bar late in the evening.

Unsurprisingly, Caffeine & Cocktails specialises in coffee cocktails with expertly made Espresso Martinis and bespoke drinks available. There will also be a wide range of classic cocktails for anyone looking for something a little more familiar.

Based in the former site of Mix Cocktail Bar, the space will be completely transformed to a stripped-back rustic style adorned with plants and greenery.

The owners of the bar hope to make better use of Kings Walk’s exterior space with plans to create a new panelled patio alongside Mix’s former outdoor area.

The creative team behind Caffeine & Cocktails includes talent from Matchbox Reading and Mix Cocktail Bar. The team were inspired by popular coffee and cocktail bars in East London and wanted to bring the trend to Reading.

Jack Wrigley – manager of Caffeine & Cocktails – said: “Step away from the Office & Stop by to use our unique space…As the day changes so do we, with a venue which effortlessly transforms from your daytime brunch hangout into the ultimate cocktail destination.”


Want to stay up to date about the opening of Caffeine & Cocktails? Visit their website or Facebook page.

Additionally, Caffeine & Cocktail is currently recruiting for staff – send them an email for more details.


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is the Editor and Creator of Alt Reading. He works in the voluntary sector supporting charities and community groups in Reading.



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