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Lords Coffee & Associates Waratah

Newcastle coffee lord arrives in Waratah

In 2017, Hamilton’s coffee scene was changed for good with the arrival of Lords Coffee & Associates on the suburb’s iconic Beaumont Street. Today, almost seven years later, Lords has expanded to open its second space on Station Street in Waratah.

The coffee joint known for serving up morning brews alongside a laugh every day of the year, has built a strong reputation in the Hamilton community since its inception, and now, it’s Waratah’s turn.

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Brought to you by the original team, Browny, Nicola, and the entire Lords crew are pumped to officially be a part of the Waratah community and bring their signature Lords vibes to town.

“Opening this second space has given me a newfound love for the business and the cafe scene. Over in Hamilton, it’s such a well-oiled machine so we’re doing the same thing there every day. It’s nice to have a bit of a new challenge,” Nicola said.

Situated a short hop, skip, and a jump from the main road on Station Street, the otherwise quiet street has so much potential for a pumping heart of a suburb similar to Georgetown, Adamstown, and Kahibah – and Lords has jumped in early with its coffee offering to get the Waratah locals caffeinated.

“Our venues are definitely for the people. We know what it’s like to have a good local coffee shop down the road, and what that means to the area. There are so many residents here in Waratah who now have a place they can come and enjoy a good coffee, which aids in community happiness. That feels pretty special to be a part of,” Browny said.

Opening in January, the space is distinctly different to Lords’ space in Hamilton. Whilst considerably larger in size, the Waratah venue is otherwise a carbon copy in terms of the food, coffee, and vibes.

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Situated on the corner of Station and Dulling Streets, the interiors have been kept simple with plans for a mural – similar to that of the giant David Bowie mural at Hamilton – to take over the currently dark walls.

“We wanted to leave it as a bit of a blank canvas to see what Waratah made of this space,” Nicola said.

Whether you’re a Waratah local, a dedicated Lords fan, or are on the lookout for the next coffee spot to discover, drop into Lords Coffee & Associates in Waratah.

Lords Coffee & Associates Waratah

Unit 4/43 Station Street, Waratah, NSW, 2298

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