Rugby Art Gallery and Museum’s full of beans following the opening of a new coffee shop.
Rocco’s Love Coffee launched this week in the Art Gallery and Museum’s foyer, offering fresh coffee, tea and a selection of snacks.
Rocco’s owner, Jeremy Harper, has become a familiar face to coffee lovers in the town, having recently celebrated the fifth anniversary of his popular stall at the Clock Tower in the town centre.
Jeremy has now expanded his coffee kingdom with the Art Gallery and Museum shop, where customers can enjoy a wide range of coffees created from beans ground to order.
“Rocco’s prides itself on quality, consistency, value for money and great customer service,” Jeremy said.
“The success of the business is testament to the loyalty of the people of Rugby who have supported us over the last five years.
“I’m looking forward to welcoming regulars to the new shop at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum and introducing new customers to the Rocco’s experience.”
Cllr Heather Timms, Rugby Borough Council portfolio holder for economy, development and culture, said: “The Art Gallery and Museum’s the perfect venue for a coffee shop and I’m delighted the council has been able to support a local business realise its ambitions to expand.
“Jeremy has a real passion for coffee and customer service which complements the Art Gallery and Museum’s reputation as the cultural hub of Rugby.”