Cosalea open second Bury venue on Brandlesholme Road!

One of Bury’s newest café bars has announced that it will open a second venue this month. Cosalea, based on Walshaw Road, is extending it’s offering to include a second daytime café at Killelea House, on Brandlesholme Road.

Cosalea Brandlesholme will open to provide high quality food and drink to all café customers and create a vibrant hub to be enjoyed by all generations, families and local residents.

In September 2020 Cosalea launched on Walshaw Road, Bury, as a new place to eat, meet and create. It’s aim was to offer great quality food and drinks in a fresh, welcoming social space for the local community to enjoy and it quickly built an enviable reputation as one of the best eateries in the area.

Owner Lisa Moore is now delighted to expand this offering at the new venue on Brandlesholme Road. She said:
“At Cosalea, the local community is at the heart of everything single thing we do – being there for our customers is what we love and what we do best. We’ve built a loyal base of regular customers who love nothing more than popping in for a coffee, something to eat and chat with our friendly team and one another.

“Killelea House is the perfect place to help us continue this fantastic service, and we can’t wait to welcome staff, residents and the public to see all we have to offer.


In October, Cosalea on Walshaw Road was granted an alcohol license and after full refurbishment, reopened as a high end café bar, offering customers evening opening and an exciting menu of beers, wines and sharing platters. Cosalea has since become a popular establishment for both daytime breakfast and lunches and events, as well as an evening and party venue. With an additional room away from the main café, it will offer private dining for a special celebration, a formal meeting area for evening networking, or space for community events and classes.

Owner Lisa Moore grew up in Holcombe Brook and attended Woodhey High School. She is mum to three daughters, giving her the inspiration and determination to drive the business as their role model. Cosalea is a combination of their names – Cora, Isla and Leah – and through this, they are at the heart of everything she does.

Cosalea Brandlesholme will open it’s doors to the public on Wednesday 15th June at 9am and will initially be open Wednesday – Saturday from 9am until 3pm. From the end of July, opening hours will be extended to seven days a week.

Customers and local people are invited to take a first look at the new venue and meet the team at a family fun day to be held On Sunday 19th June (Father’s Day) between 11am-3pm. Bring all the family together to see the fantastic second Cosalea daytime venue, with face painting, children’s crafts, ice cream and more.

The contemporary café will be offering a great choice of snacks, lunches, cakes, ice creams and a range of hot and cold drinks including Segafredo coffees and refreshing Coca Cola brand soft drinks.




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