A hugely popular Northern Ireland restaurant and coffee house chain is to open its first outlet in Co Armagh.
Bob & Berts began life on the North Coast with an outlet at Portstewart.
It now has a total of 12 outlets across Northern Ireland.
And the franchise – famed for its artisan coffee – has now secured a site at High Street in Portadown.
It is expected to be fitted out shortly with opening over the summer months.
Bob & Berts has been a phenomenal success story.
In addition to coffee, it is well-known for its range of burgers and hotdogs, sandwiches, paninis, wraps and breakfasts.
The company prides itself on selecting local producers and supporting local business.
Its most recent acquisition opened at Market Square in Dungannon.
It now has outlets on the Promenade at Portstewart, as well as Portrush, Coleraine, Ballymoney, Ballymena, Omagh, Lisburn, Newtownards, Stranmillis, Limavady and Bangor.
In addition to the Portadown restaurant – its first move into Co Armagh – it is hoped to open a third restaurant in County Tyrone.
It is understood that the new premises have been agreed at Cookstown.
— Bob and Berts (@BobandBerts) 14 April 2017
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