Teacup Kitchen Is Recruiting & Expanding
August 5th, 2015
We are looking for passionate, friendly & motivated Tea Lovers, Coffee Aficionados & Cake Gurus to join our ever expanding team across all our venues.
Front of House
If you have at least a year’s experience in one of these roles & want a career that’s going places with an exciting, quirky & quality employer you need to sign up to our recruitment workshop being held on Tuesday 11th August at 6pm at Teacup Kitchen.
Get a copy of your CV sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or pop in to Teacup & ask to speak to Justin or Andy for more details.
CVs must be received a day before workshop
We’re a finalist in The Manchester Awards 2015
June 18th, 2015
We got some very exciting news this week, we’ve been nominated as Best Cafe in The Manchester Awards 2015!:) We’re so excited to be considered alongside some of our favourite Manchester cafes!:)
The awards take place on Sunday 5th July at the Mercure Hotel, exciting!
We’ll be publishing more details of how to vote over the next few days, wish us luck!:)
Trivago’s The Ultimate Hipster Guide to Manchester
May 26th, 2015
Trivago recently published their Ultimate Hipster Guide to Manchester and of course we featured:) We’ve gotta say, the choices on here are all fantastic, it’s great to be included among some of our own favourite things to see and do in this fair city!:) It covers everything from all the coolest areas in town with great things to see and do; fab shopping ideas and then (most importantly), the best places to eat and drink. Then at the end of the Ultimate day, a quick guide to some amazing hotels. Enjoy:)
We’re raising money for Manchester Mind this week
May 11th, 2015
Mental Health Awareness Week runs from 11th – 17th May and we’re raising money for Manchester Mind with a limited edition blue cake! Join us for a slice this week and 100% of the profits will be donated to this wonderful cause.
Manchester Mind are an independent local mental health charity who deliver services to young people and adults. They are committed to improving the lives of people with mental health needs, promoting the health and wellbeing of people affected by mental distress and take a positive approach to mental health, challenging stereotypes and discrimination. They work with people so they can live more successfully in their communities. Above all, they aim to create a positive future for people who use our services or volunteer.