Long awaited café and record shop to open on The Parade, Watford High Street.
5th November 2013
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It seems like The LP Café has been months in the making, with its long awaited arrival kicking up a bit of a storm on twitter and facebook lately.  Luckily, just when we thought we couldn’t wait any longer it has announced its grand opening this Friday. 

To celebrate they will be giving away 250 cups of their delicious specialty coffees on their opening day, Friday 8th November.

The shop is owned by Paul Terris, a Watford man born and bred, who has always dreamed of fusing his passions for music and coffee into a local community space that offers exceptional drinks and really good vinyl tunes.

With the Parade area of Watford High Street seeing a drastic redevelopment, the new shop will be a welcome addition to the newly refurbished high street area. 

 The LP Café will be selling specialty coffee (that being beans that have come from a small independent roaster, who in turn have bought directly from a farmer to ensure a fair price and exceptional quality) and an exclusive catalogue of vinyl records. 

Having been fortunate to have an exclusive sneak peak inside it is fair to say that it is a fantastic space and their cakes are delicious too!

Join Paul and his team from 7.30 a.m. this Friday at 173 The Parade, Watford, WD17 1NJ.

Join them on twitter or facebook for more information. 

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