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Minerva is Landing at Alma Yard 

Alma Yard is excited to host a pop-up collaboration with Minerva Cafe, featuring their brand-new coffee Piaggio, alongside their existing range of espresso-based beverages. The coffee offerings will complement the already delicious pastries and treats from our much-loved on-site bakery, Heyl.

Whether you prefer a velvety latte, a robust cappuccino, or something with a unique twist, the charming Piaggio van at Alma Yard will serve up their freshly brewed concoctions in the stunning cobbled courtyard at Alma Yard. 

Mark your calendars for the van’s grand debut on Saturday, October 21st. From then on, you can  enjoy its offerings every Tuesday through Thursday between 9am & 2:30pm until 16th November. Whether you’re exploring the area, taking a break from work, or simply looking for an inspiring spot to unwind, Alma Yard is the place to be for a taste of Minerva Coffee’s exquisite brews and sandwiches.

Nestled in the East End of Plymouth, Alma Yard is home to a community of creatives, retailers, vendors and practitioners drawn to Plymouth’s burgeoning arts scene and holistic view of life. A site steeped in local history, most famously used as a rope factory to a thriving maritime town in the 1800s, Alma Yard has been carefully developed to offer an inspiring environment where professionals can enterprise and create. 

Where to find them: Alma Yard, 1-50 Candlewick Lane, Plymouth, PL4 0FF

Find out more about Alma Yard: https://eatworkart.com/alma-yard

Image: Tom Carder Media


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