One year after Arabica Coffee closed down its three branches in the Philippines, the Kyoto-born coffee brand more popularly known for its "%" logo, is set to reopen in Bonifacio Global City.
On Instagram, Arabica Coffee announced two new branches would be opening this year in BGC.
"Manila, we will restart our project this year with these stores.," the management wrote.
The aesthetic of the planned store design remains exactly how we came to know and love Arabica Coffee in the Philippines: minimalist, white, and casual.
"This is a sneak preview of our upcoming stores in BGC, opening in 2023," Arabica Journal added. "We will announce the opening dates later on."
Last year, Arabica Coffee explained its sudden closure was due to the termination of its franchise period with its partner.
As of writing, the old Arabica branches in BGC and Podium are now known as Angkan, a coffee shop championing locally harvested coffee beans. — LA, GMA Integrated News