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Third Wave Coffee expands its footprint in Mumbai with a new café in Chembur

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Third Wave Coffee (TWC) has inaugurated its 19th coffee shop in Chembur, Mumbai, marking a significant step forward. With the unveiling of this new location, the Third Wave franchise aspires to revolutionize the traditional café experience, bringing an infusion of delight to the discerning palates of both coffee aficionados and food enthusiasts.

The selection of this location was influenced by the vibrant atmosphere and abundant culinary variety found in the area.

Varun Kapoor, Director of Operations, TWC, said, “This café is located in a premium neighbourhood in Chembur, one of the largest suburbs of Mumbai. It is a corner store with great visibility through an open façade, offering a large number of seating options indoors or outdoors.”

Blending modern aesthetics with timeless charm, the interior design of the café envelops visitors in an ambiance that perfectly encapsulates the spirit of Third Wave Coffee.

“Furthermore, we have plans to initiate sip & paint gatherings and coffee brewing workshops for our patrons, activities that are regularly organized across all our branches,” Varun said.

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