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Coffee Club Opens West Auckland’s First Late Night Location

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The Coffee Club Opens West Auckland’s First Late Night Location at Northwest Shopping Centre

The Coffee Club New Zealand has opened the doors to The Coffee Club NorthWest. It is the area’s first late night restaurant store within The Coffee Club Group, meaning it will be open for dinner until 9pm every day. It is The Coffee Club New Zealand’s 56th store.

The Coffee Club NorthWest offers an extended menu and full table service. Like other stores in The Coffee Club group, it is also fully licensed and has a breakfast, brunch and lunch menu that can be ordered from at any time of the day.

It is owner Ken Zhang’s fifth store with The Coffee Club Group. He has enjoyed success in Onehunga, St Lukes, Pukekohe and Milford and believes the new location has great potential.

“The on-going development of NorthWest is going to be huge and will mean increasing numbers of people living and working in the area,” explains Ken. “The Coffee Club will be ideal for locals meeting friends and family, or just wanting to enjoy a good coffee and bite to eat. It’ll also be great for shoppers visiting from outside the area.”

Ken was drawn to The Coffee Club because of the proven franchise model, marketing and business support and the dedication of the senior management team.

“The Coffee Club continues to be successful in New Zealand. Kiwis love the brand and the fact that they can rely on the quality and value of the food and coffee. I also really like how passionate and down to earth the co-Directors, Brad Jacobs and Andy Lucas are. They have both helped me out immeasurably since I opened my first store with The Coffee Club in 2010. You can always depend on them to call you back when you need some friendly advice”

The Coffee Club NorthWest is open 8am to 9pm, Monday – Sunday. It can be found at Tenancy 69, 1-7 Fred Taylor Drive in the new NorthWest shopping centre.

For more information on The Coffee Club, including a full list of stores, please visit


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