A popular independent eatery among locals and visitors to Bridlington has opened it doors for the first time in the town’s busiest shopping centre.
Jerome’s Café is now trading from The Promenades Shopping Centre, where the former fashion retailer Street Cred used to be.
Byron Hird, operations manager at The Promenades Shopping Centre, said: “We are thrilled to announce the arrival of Jerome’s Café into the centre.
“It highlights the attractiveness of The Promenades that we can draw in established and unique names on the Bridlington high street that prove popular with locals and visitors to the town.
“I am confident traders and customers will very much look forward to welcoming Jerome’s Cafe as it will give people yet another reason to visit the centre.”
Jerome’s Café, owned by Michael Harrison, of Harrison Leisure, first opened at the Floral Pavilion in 1984, as a coffee and ice cream parlour, and was one of the very first venues to introduce continental coffees, such as cappuccino, espresso etc to the town.
The new branch offers a wide range of coffee, continental beers & wine, freshly made sandwiches and salads and an exciting new ice cream and desert menu, with over 26 flavours of Jerome’s famous ice cream.
The new venue can seat up to 80 people, which also extends on to the mall, and has presented several job opportunities from managerial positions to floor and counter staff.