While away your weekend with the perfect coffee as Alpha Beta Coffee Club opens it’s doors for the first time in Tokyo! Using their Silicon Valley background, subscription coffee box ABC Coffee Club founders are launching Alpha Beta Coffee Club as Japan’s first subscription cafe. The cafe features a rotating selection of craft coffees, nitro cold brew, five taps of craft beer and a menu designed by former San Francisco State Bird Provisions chef Katy Cole.
They’ll be setting up their first ever shop in the trendy neighbourhood of Jiyugaoka and are planning a special launch weekend to start things off… and because we’re the best, we’ve teamed up with ABC to get you a sneaky half price cup off any coffee or latte for the whole weekend! Simply say the magic words “TokyoCheapo” (no we couldn’t think of anything more exciting) and you’ll get 50% off! The event lasts all weekend from 10am to 11am and when you’ve tried the coffee you can move onto the beers! (No discount there we’re afraid, we’re not trying to get you drunk).
They’re busy building away at the moment (as you can see) so it will be all brand new in time for the opening event!
Address: 152-0035 Tokyo Meguro Jiyugaoka 2-10-4 Milche Jiyugaoka 3F
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