Well-known Halifax coffee hangout, The Daily Grind Café and Art Bar, will be bringing their fare to Bishop’s Landing this summer.
The café and art bar will provide the surrounding residential and business crowd with great coffee and food options to complement the lineup of restaurants and services already in place at Bishop’s Landing.
Since taking over ownership of operations almost two years ago, young Haligonian entrepreneurs David Flemming and Scott MacLean have turned the Daily Grind into a mainstay on Birmingham Street. With the addition of their new pop-up Daily Grind Sugar Fix on Spring Garden Road, Scott and David are leaving their mark on the food and retail scene in Halifax.
“We are extremely excited at the opportunity to continue the growth and expansion of our operations to Bishop’s Landing and the Halifax Waterfront,” said Scott MacLean. “We pride ourselves on our ability to create a unique and welcoming environment, where we can showcase and support other local businesses.”
High quality caffeine drinks, baked goods, and lunch menu items will be complemented by an after-work beer and wine list from local producers. Emulating the Birmingham Street location, they will also sell art and other wares from local producers. They will occupy approximately 1,400 square feet at the entry-point to the Bishop’s Landing piazza.
“Scott and David have a great deal of vigor and energy, and I have no doubt this will carry through in their operations at Bishop’s Landing,” says Colin Beiswanger, Retail Leasing Manager for Southwest Properties.
Bishop’s Landingis an international, award-winning mixed-use development on the Halifax waterfront. It features the restaurants, fashion retailers, and other unique local business and retailers. “The food and beverage options offered by the Daily Grind will be a great addition to the retail mix in the area and will contribute in enhancing the overall experience at Bishop’s Landing,” said Beiswanger.
Always active in the community, expect the Daily Grind to become engrained into the fabric of downtown Halifax and the waterfront relatively quickly. “We look forward to joining the Southwest Family and serving the waterfront crowd, bringing new energy to the space,” said MacLean.
Expect to see the shop open early summer 2019. Daily Grind details can be found on their website – https://www.thedailygrindcafe.ca