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The new Bristol cafe that you might not have noticed

The new Bristol cafe that you might not have noticed

A new Bristol cafe has opened on Gloucester Road, serving up speciality coffee in a minimalist setting. Mod Coffee, located at number 360 Gloucester Road, can be found over the road from the Royal Oak pub, and next to the Animal Health Centre veterinary surgery.

The new coffee shop opened about a month ago in the former home of Ritual Coffee, which announced its closure in September 2023, and the newest addition to the bustling area boasts a carefully curated menu of coffee which features five different single origins from Brazil, Ethiopia, Kenya and Guatemala – all of which are available as both espresso and filter options. Mod also stocks a range of freshly baked goods, from swirly pastries to the quirky ‘pickle bun’.

Taking to Instagram at the start of the month, the team at Mod shared a series of images from their 19 days of being open, writing: “We want to say a very happy hello from us here at MØD, we’ve been brewing and baking for the lovely people of Bristol for 19 days now, and what a 19 days it has been!

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“We have been a little quiet on here for the start of our journey – but now we’re in the swing of things you’ll start to see some more of us pop up here and there. Look forward to ever changing coffee offerings from roasters far and wide, as well as an expanding and evolving bake menu – all baked in house in our tiny kitchen.”

The coffee shop has recently been providing coffee from the Japanese Dark Arts Coffee and Scottish Obadiah Coffee Roasters. The menu asks visitors to ‘choose a coffee’ and ‘choose a style’, and also offers a range of teas, hot chocolates and soft drinks, for those who don’t fancy a coffee.

What’s more, despite its cosy space, around 16 seats welcome visitors who fancy taking the weight off their feet and enjoying a brew. Mod is open Tuesday to Saturday, 8am-5pm, and 9am-5pm on Sundays.

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