Field’s attracts interesting new shops

A good cup of coffee, fine things for the home or fashionable clothes for men. This is the core of tempting offers from three new shops in Field’s.

And to make the trip to the shoppingcenter even more enjoyable, customers can also take a well deserved break in two new cafes.

Nespresso

Although Nespresso has had a Pop-Up Boutique in Field’s since 2015 happy customers flocked on September 5 which marked the opening of the permanent Nespresso Boutique. And with more room and a better location Nespresso look forward to a bright future here.
“We had great success with the temporary Pop-Up, and it gave us a good chance to get to know the customers. It also made us feel at home in the center. And with the new store we are happy to offer the whole Nespresso universe to the customers. We hope they’ll like it,” says Jakob Arnhild, National Retail Manager for Nespresso.
The new Boutique in Field’s takes up a lot more square meters than the previous. This means more room for a larger tasting area, where customers better than before can enjoy a cup of coffee inside the shop.
The new and larger Nespresso Boutique features selected Nespresso machines, accessories and all the brands own 24 Grand Cru coffees from Nespresso.
Nespresso was created in 1986 and is part of the Nestlé Group, headquartered in Switzerland. The chain is present in 64 countries and has 12,000 employees worldwide.

Howabout

Under this tempting name a new store in Field’s this summer opened their doors to a shopping mekka filled with beautiful and affordable things for the home.
Here you find accessories and lots of gizmos and gadgets for the kitchen, bathroom and office. And on the shelves are also travel accessories, posters and more.
The idea of the store is that all the products cost a maximum of 200 Dkr. And because 80 per cent of the product selection will always be the same, you can always be sure to find products similar to those already acquired.

Jack & Jones

In Jack & Jones the male audience in search of the perfect outfit now now has new, beautiful surroundings to romp in. The shop is an upgraded and redesigned version of itself and the chain’s new flagship store occupying 320 sqm.
Jack & Jones has a total of seven brands – Premium, Originals, Vintage, Core, Tech, Footwear og Jeans Intelligence. Together they cover all aspects of mens lives. Both the casual young guy and the man who aim for a sharp timeless cut.
The love of jeans is the core of Jack & Jones. And in the new Field’s store there are plenty of valuable inspiration in the jeans department and also among the other brands.
The shop opened on September 1 and is good news for those looking for just one place to go for shopping the personal style – without making it too seriously.

Two new cafes:

Espresso House

With the opening of Espresso House in Field’s on October 13 Scandinavias largest coffee chain also enters Denmark’s largest shopping center. With more than 220 coffee shops in the Nordic countries the chain has been busy expanding, since it all started with a small, cozy café in Lund founded 1996 by a coffee-loving Swedish couple. Today Espresso House is German owned, but is still passionate about coffee, people and the environment. In addition to hot coffee you can also buy cold drinks, salads and sandwiches, as well as good bread and pastries from the chain’s own bakery.

Palæo

If you like fast and healthy food amidst your shopping spree it could soon be worth visiting Palæo. Opening hopefully on October 13 the restaurant are getting ready to meet customers’ desire for what the people behind Palæo call Primal Gastronomy. The restaurant is part of a chain, which is currently spreading in the metropolitan area, where Stone Age food has found a strong foothold among modern people as the healthy alternative in the heaven of fastfood.
In Palæo the menu contains a minimum of starch, no bread, pasta, rice or potatoes, but are rich in meat, fish, eggs, vegetables, berries and nuts. And of course there are also freshly squeezed juice with or without ginger on the menu – just as there are served both coffee and cake.

October 19 2016

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