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Cafe Bar Revamp for Cosalea Bury

Cafe to offer evening opening with entertainment and a selection of food and alcohol

Cafe Bar Revamp for Cosalea Bury

"Its the Cosalea they know and love just even better!"
Cosalea Owner, Lisa Moore

Just one year on from opening its doors, a Bury café is set to undergo a full refurbishment and reopen as a high end café bar, offering customers evening opening and an exciting menu of beers, wines and sharing platters.

In September 2020 Cosalea launched on Walshaw Road, Bury, as a new place to eat, meet and create. Its aim was to offer great quality food and drinks in a fresh, welcoming social space for the local community to enjoy and it quickly built an enviable reputation as one of the best eateries in the area.

After listening to feedback from customers, after a short refurbishment, Cosalea will reopen in October with a whole new look as a fully licensed café bar – the first licensed premises on Walshaw Road.

Owner Lisa Moore explains:

“Our customers told us time and again that there was a need in the local area for somewhere that opened in the evenings that wasn’t a pub or restaurant, and wasn’t in the centre of town. In response, we’re creating a relaxed café vibe in new, contemporary surroundings with a great choice of beers, wines, spirits and cocktails and live music.

“We’ll be introducing an evening menu with small plate and sharing platters, great to share with friends and family.

Not only does the new  evening opening hours mean that customers can enjoy a wider range of food and drinks, it also means that Cosalea’s fantastic social space will also be available for longer.

With an additional room away from the main café, it will offer private dining for a special celebration, a formal meeting area for evening networking, or space for community events and classes.

Despite a turbulent year, which saw Cosalea forced to close it’s doors soon after opening due to lockdown, the business has gone from strength to strength.



Lisa Moore continued:

Here at Cosalea, the local community is at the heart of everything single thing we do -  being there for our customers is what we love and what we do best.

“We’ve built a loyal base of regular customers who love nothing more than popping in for a coffee, something to eat and chat with our friendly team and one another. We’d like to reassure our customers that with our latest developments, the daytime café will remain the same.

“They can enjoy the same great menu, the same warm atmosphere and the team they know so well will still be serving them. It’s the Cosalea they know and love – just even better!”

Cosalea will celebrate its new look at a launch weekend on the 15th, 16th and 17th October, here customers old and new will have the opportunity to see the refurbishment, soak up the atmosphere and sample the food and drink Cosalea has to offer.


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