Tag: Coffee

Coffee Block, Stockport

Coffee Block, Stockport

Find out more about one of Stockport’s favourite indie coffee houses!

Sticky Fingers – Stockport’s Polish Artisan Bakery

Sticky Fingers – Stockport’s Polish Artisan Bakery

Find out more about Stockport’s first artisan polish bakery!

Yellow Hammer Bakery, Stockport

Yellow Hammer Bakery, Stockport

The much anticipated Yellow Hammer has opened on the Underbanks. Located in a building recently restored this new bakery come pottery studio is already selling out, creating queues and adding more bustle to Lower Hillgate.  

What to expect ?

Sam Buckley, Head chef of Where The Light Gets In has teamed up with head baker Rosie Wilkes and artist Joe Hartley to create a new flexible space offering a variety of bakes, ceramic shapes, and other interesting workshops and events.

Expect to see daily drops of sourdough, baguettes, and other baked goods. The ever-changing offering  is fantastic and there is always something new and interesting to try. Yellow Hammer will be soon offering wine and other interesting experiences in the evenings so keep your eyes on their socials! 

Pear Mill Vintage Tea Room • Vintage Warehouse

Pear Mill Vintage Tea Room • Vintage Warehouse

Find out more about this Fantastic Vintage cafe located amongst a huge vintage warehouse!

LACO | STOCKPORT’S NEWEST CAFE

LACO | STOCKPORT’S NEWEST CAFE

Find out more about Stockport’s brand new Underbank cafe!

SK 1 Records | Music, Coffee & Cake

SK 1 Records | Music, Coffee & Cake

SK1 Records


Opening last week SK1 Records have joined the ever growing number of independent cafes and shops on little under bank. Immersing themselves with the cool and edgy vibe of the stores that surround it, SK1 Records have created a shop that sells vinyls, CDs and tapes. For them it is all about the music but with a flash of coffee and cake on the side.

Sourcing cakes from neighbouring cafe Hillgate Cakery and coffee from Buxton Roastery SK1 Records have managed to use local businesses to help their own. It is great to see Stockport businesses supporting each other.

Upon entry the focus on sound is clear. You are greeted by the authentic sound of a record player filling the room with chilled vibes. The owners choice to use black and white as a key theme within the cafe is a gentle nod to the traditional look of an old school vinyl.

One of the coolest features about SK1 Records is its mezzanine style seating area. The cafe is split between two distinct levels that create a great sense of space. On the top level there is a small seating area that has a couple of tables and a laid back sofa. If you love to people watch as much as we do, it is a great place to sit and watch local shoppers come in, browse and discuss their music tastes. 

We absolutely loved the relaxed atmosphere within SK1 records and would defo recommend paying them a visit. Whether you listen to vinyl or not, SK1 Records is a great place to stop for a cheeky coffee and listen to the world go by.

 

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