Popular Mississauga cafe officially reopens in new spot in Port Credit
To the relief of those who loved it, a popular Mississauga cafe that had to temporarily close down due to the pandemic has officially reopened—albeit in a brand new location.
The Cold Pressery, a cafe once located in the Square One area that serves plant-based drinks and meals, closed its doors back in December due to challenges brought on by the pandemic.
Fortunately for lovers of vegan treats, the cafe has officially reopened inside of Eva’s Original Chimneys in Port Credit.
"The challenges ahead are not going to get easier any time soon. Luckily, I was presented with an opportunity that will allow me to take a step back and refocus my efforts,” Cold Pressery owner Jenny Le said when the original location closed.
“This is not the end of The Cold Pressery, we'll definitely come back when the time is right."
It looks like that time has come!
The restaurant recently took to Instagram to announce that the cafe is up and running in Eva's (53 Lakeshore Rd. E.). The cafe will be open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.
According to the post, the brand is currently offering a reduced menu.
The cafe’s distinctive menu of organic cold-pressed juices, smoothies, and healthy snacks will be an interesting addition to Eva’s Original Chimneys, which specializes in European chimney cakes (known as Kurtoskalacs in Hungarian or Trdelnik in Czech), ice cream, and more.
Photo courtesy of The Cold Pressery on Instagram
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