Inverness will get a new coffee shop on Monday when a third Starbucks opens in the city.
Work has been ongoing at the Rose Street site next to Smyths toy shop, Iceland and Home Bargains – and the new store will create 14 jobs.
The store team has chosen local charity Inverness Foodstuff as its charity partner and will support the cause through a variety of fundraising activities, including collecting donations in store.
Inverness Foodstuff was founded in 2014 to help alleviate hunger and social isolation in the Inverness area. In addition to providing food for those in need, the charity offers people access to online facilities, assistance in CV writing, and connects people with important services such as health care.
David Chisholm, Starbucks Rose Street Store Manager, said: “We look forward to welcoming customers to our new store in Inverness. We are proud to support Inverness Foodstuff, which is a charity close to our hearts and works to help alleviate hunger and social isolation in the Inverness area.”
The existing two Starbucks stores in Inverness are in the Eastgate Centre and with New Look at the retail park off the A96.