Get a taste for the Deli Collective

An award winning Boldmere-based eatery is opening a new outlet in the Gracechurch Centre called the Deli Collective.

The Deli in Boldmere has been open in Boldmere for the last 7 years and has become the beating heart of the strong, independent high street that Boldmere has become famous for.

Run by Pippa Goode, and recently joined by her son Matthew, the Deli in Boldmere has grown from a small local eatery into an award-winning café that uses the best fresh, local ingredients to create an excellent array of food to eat in or take out.

The Deli’s newest venture, the Deli Collective, is opening in the place of the old La Fabrique coffee shop in the Gracechurch Centre, with an official launch on Saturday 15th December.

On offer at the Deli Collective will be fresh coffee to drink in or take out, using beans from Birmingham’s own Quarter Horse Roastery, quality breakfast and brunch items (including famous Birmingham brand Lashford Sausages), bread and pastries from a Solihull-based artisan bakery, fresh crepes, and a range of sandwiches freshly prepared on site.

Pippa Goode said: “We saw the closed down coffee shop in the Gracechurch Centre and after investigating its availability realised it would be an exciting opportunity for expanding the Deli brand. We have helped to develop a great community in Boldmere and hope that we can develop a loyal customer base now in Sutton Coldfield town centre.”

Matthew Goode said: “We have built the ‘Deli brand’ on good customer service, great tasting food & drink, and the use of quality ingredients, locally sourced where possible. We can’t wait to introduce the Deli Collective to the people of Sutton Coldfield.”

Join Pippa and Matthew on Saturday 15th December to get a taste of the Deli Collective for yourself at their official opening where the team will be giving away free samples and there will be 10% off for the first 50 people through the door!

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