Local café opening at buzzing Eat Street
It has been two years since Denis Simione opened Daily Bean Café at Ed.Square Sales & Display Centre at Edmondson Park. Soon, he will open a new flagship store on the buzzing Eat Street in Ed.Square Town Centre, the heart of the game-changing Frasers Property Australia community coming to south west Sydney.
Denis is a seasoned business owner, with the existing Ed.Square café being his second establishment after opening a café under the same name six years ago in Oran Park.
His plan was to bring his passion for hospitality, food and coffee to the new Ed.Square community and he has started off on the right foot.
“It has been going really well. We’ve met very friendly locals and made a lot of friends along the way. It is exciting to see the construction work on the Town Centre coming to the end, and all the townhouses going up. It’s a booming and well-established neighbourhood,” Denis says.
The first Ed.Square residents are set to move in in July 2020 and Denis hopes Daily Bean will become the local café where everyone feels welcome.
“It is a great opportunity to meet the new residents of the apartments and townhomes early on and refine our ideas for the bigger café restaurant that we are opening in the new Town Centre,” he says.
So far residents and locals have been drawn to Daily Bean’s delicious specialty roasted coffee and selection of made-to-order fresh food, but that’s not all Daily Bean has to offer.
The café launched an “After Dark” menu last year, featuring an enticing selection of tapas-inspired meals, cocktails, beers and desserts, available every Friday and Saturday evening from 5pm.
Denis says the concept has proved popular and Ed.Square residents can expect the same experience when the flagship café opens.
“The After Dark menu has proven to be a success, so we are excited for our new flagship store. It will create a nice social dining atmosphere where locals can come in for dinner or just dessert or drinks after a movie. We want to offer all these options and create a distinctive social gathering point for the community, day and night,” Denis says.