Ralph Lauren has opened a pop-up coffee shop on New Bond Street in Mayfair for a limited time this summer.
Ralph Lauren, who already has the luxurious equine-inspired Ralph’s Coffee and Bar on Regent’s Street, has opened the new pop up while his team plots a potential second permanent site in London.
The pop-up, which opened in late June, can be found at the flagship Ralph Lauren boutique on the store’s ground floor and serves up quality coffee, teas, cold-pressed juices and lemonade from 8am until 6pm.
Sip on something special with the Ralph’s Roast, available until 21 July
Although Ralph's mostly offers grab and go beverages, there is some seating available for those who want to take time to enjoy their cuppa. To go alongside it, the pop-up plates up Ralph Lauren’s very own favourite sweet treats with a section of cookies, muffins, and brownies in glorious high-fashion style.
If you’re having coffee at a lavish Ralph Lauren coffee shop, one would expect it to be top notch. You'll be glad to know then that the beans for the signature Ralph’s Roast are sourced from Central and South America, as well as Africa.
Catch up over a cuppa and Ralph’s favourite sweet treats
Look out for the exquisite flower entryway and go inside to sip on a cup of something special while lounging in the antique bistro styled chairs at marble-topped tables. You'll also be served by staff wearing white Ralph Lauren Oxford shirts and bottle green knit ties with chic white branded aprons.
If you want to take away a bit of a souvenir, the shop also stocks a range of branded goods such as tote bags, mugs, baseball caps and the ultimate coffee lover’s gift, a bag of Ralph’s Signature Roast, just so you can boast about your Lauren experience while sipping pretty.
The extravagant drinks make for golden Instagram content
The pop-up promises to make a mean iced coffee, so be sure to take full advantage of this Instagrammable pop-up coffee shop before it closes on 21 July.
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