Brewery Square in Dorchester welcomes another new business, following the opening of Curiositea, a brand new family run tea room, offering a funky twist on a vintage classic.

Charlotte Spracklen, centre manager at Brewery Square said: “This business is a wonderful addition to the eateries at the Square. Independent business has brought a new life to Pope Street and compliments existing businesses such as Morrish & Banham Wine Merchant and Tasting Rooms. The two complement one another and help to complete this side of the development. We look forward to working with the team at Curiositea.”

Curiositea, is the latest in a line-up of new businesses for the development. Open Monday to Saturday from 9am until 5.30pm and Sundays 10am until 4pm, it serves breakfast and lunch with over 18 varieties of tea, hot beverages and delicious homemade cakes. You can book for ‘High Tea’ any day of the week and a takeaway service is also available.

Carly Hoddinott, owner of Curiositea commented: “We have been overwhelmed with the response and well-wishers in and around Brewery Square. The support from everyone in this short space of time has been amazing. We look forward to welcoming new and old faces for a cup of tea and a slice of cake.”

The retail offering at Brewery Square includes Woods Furniture, HOBBS, Phase Eight, Jones Bootmaker, Joules and Stolen from Susie. Restaurants include Zizzi, Carluccio’s, Wagamama and Morrish & Banham Wine Merchant and Tasting Room.

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