Exciting Plans At Cosalea Cafe

Despite two lockdowns, Cosalea has grown and developed a reputation as one of the best cafés in the area, and are now expanding into evening openings and offering a ‘tapas style’ menu.. Lisa Moore, who has run the award-winning Victoria pub in Walshaw, for five years opened Cosalea just over a year ago, as an exciting new place to eat, meet and create.

The aim was to offer great quality food and drinks in a fresh, welcoming social space for the local community to enjoy. Lisa told Your Local BURY, “We’ve listened to our customers, and we’re delighted to announce Cosalea Cafe & Bar. After a short refurbishment, Cosalea will reopen in October with a whole new look as a fully licensed cafe and bar.

We’re creating a relaxed café vibe in new, contemporary surroundings with a great choice of beers, wines, spirits and cocktails and live music. We’ll be introducing an evening menu with small plates & sharing platters, great to enjoy with friends and family.

The same great Cosalea experience – only even better. “Not only does our new evening opening mean that customers can enjoy a wider range of food and drinks, it also means that our social space will also be available for longer.

With an additional space away from the main café, we can offer private dining for a special celebration, a formal meeting area for evening networking, or space for community events and classes. We can’t wait to see everyone soon!”

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