Third Wave Coffee opens flagship store in Lokhandwala, Mumbai

The cafe chain plans to open 30 cafes in Mumbai within a year and 150 cafes in over 20 Indian cities by March ’23.
  • Nusra Deputy Features Editor
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After brewing delicious artisan coffee and disrupting the coffee market in Bengaluru and Delhi, the cafe chain plans to open 30 cafes in Mumbai within a year and 150 cafes in over 20 Indian cities by March ’23.

Premium artisan café chain Third Wave Coffee, which has built a popular and loyal community of coffee lovers in Bengaluru, Pune, and Delhi since its launch in 2016, has opened its flagship outlet in Mumbai at Lokhandwala.

With this new cafe, the brand currently clocks a total of 43 cafes in India - 28 in Bengaluru, 11 in Delhi NCR, 2 in Mumbai, 1 each in Pune and Coonoor with plans to expand to over 150 cafes in over 20 cities by March ’23.

“Like all urban cities, Mumbai has the kind of crowd that loves to experiment with and enjoy different brews of premium artisan coffee. Since its inception, Third Wave Coffee has been at the forefront of the coffee and cafe experience in India,” shared Sushant Goel, Co-Founder & CEO, Third Wave Coffee.

Third Wave Coffee is the brainchild of three young founders - Sushant Goel, Ayush Bathwal and Anirudh Sharma, who have spent the past several years disrupting the coffee-drinking experience.

Third Wave Coffee’s flagship outlet at Lokhandwala, spread across 2000 sq. ft., welcomes you into its cozy, warm interiors done up in hues of beige and off white and the most welcoming appetizing aroma of coffee. The cafe offers a personal, inclusive space that allows customers to build relationships over a perfectly brewed cup of coffee.

“Innovation lies at the heart of everything we do. We also take pride in our ability to pair familiar Indian flavors in a more cafe friendly format. Mumbaikars will have their own local favs including the Chipotle-flavored Paneer Pao or the spicy shredded chicken pao in all our Mumbai cafes. Third Wave Coffee has always introduced new coffee and food experiences that are wholesome, comforting and satiating, and we can't wait to share our offerings with the world,” said Anirudh Sharma, Co-Founder, Third Wave Coffee.

By March next year, Third Wave Coffee will have captured the largest market share for offline coffee consumption in Bengaluru and Delhi. The brand aims to replicate its model across India.

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