New cafe to open at Bristol attraction We The Curious

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Bristol-based independent cafe and events business Double Puc has been confirmed as the new cafe at We The Curious when it reopens next month.

Under a multi-year contract, Double Puc will serve as the designated operator for the café, as well as running the kiosk in Millennium Square.

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It will also cater for events at the science and arts centre, which reopens in July, more than two years after its closure due to a devastating fire.

Double Puc cafe is the latest venture of founders Griff Holland and Ed Brown, who bring a wealth of experience from their previous venture, Friska, an ethically minded cafe chain with 12 UK sites prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Committed to upholding the same high ethical standards, Double Puc Cafe, which already has a site at The Eye in Temple Quay, is well known for its coffee, cookies, soft-serve ice cream and a diverse selection of nutritious lunch options such as hot wraps, cheese toasties and burritos, much of it vegetarian.

Double Puc will also run a kiosk in Millennium SquareDouble Puc will also run a kiosk in Millennium Square
Double Puc will also run a kiosk in Millennium Square | Double Puc

Double Puc’s owners say their emphasis is on fun and family-friendly dining experiences which aligns with the ethos of We The Curious.

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Griff Holland said: “We are immensely honoured to have been chosen as the designated operator for the café of We The Curious, as it reopens.

“We are deeply committed to providing not only exceptional food and service but also fostering a sense of community and curiosity, which perfectly aligns with the mission of We The Curious.”

Co-founder Ed Brown said: “Our team is excited to bring our unique blend of hospitality to We The Curious. Through our partnership, this will represent a big step forward for Double Puc. Our focus is to create memorable moments for visitors while contributing to the vibrant cultural landscape of Bristol.”

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