Another chain confirms move to Chichester

Another national chain has confirmed it is coming to Chichester.

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Macari's in North StreetMacari's in North Street
Macari's in North Street

EAT. will be moving into Macari’s in North Street, which shut its doors for the final time on Saturday, April 9.

A note posted on the door on Macari’s said that ‘regular team members would be joining EAT. in their new venture’, and added: “I would like to take this opportunity to thank all our customers over the last 40 years for all their support.”

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The new cafe will open at the end of June and will be EAT’s first in West Sussex.

Ed Grimes, brand development director of EAT. commented: “We are very excited to be unveiling EAT.’s new café for Chichester which offers a relaxed environment where customers will be served our handcrafted coffee and seasonal fresh food, soups and stews.

“It is modern and stylish and we hope it will be a very welcome addition to the historic city of Chichester”.

EAT. serves handcrafted coffee, fresh sandwiches, salads and cooks great tasting, seasonal food every day including soup, hot pots and pies.

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This news comes just weeks after Pret A Manger announced it is moving to East Street and Wahaca has started work on turning the former Cargo home store in South Street into a restaurant.

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