Following two successful sites in Manchester, as well as London and Liverpool, pay-as-you-go cafe Ziferblat has unveiled plans to open another branch in Manchester's city centre. Taking over a grand Grade II listed townhouse on Princess Street, the latest space will restore the Georgian building; spanning four floors and featuring two public sitting rooms with a secret garden courtyard.
With Ziferblat's unique pay-per-minute model, you can enjoy wi-fi, newspapers, music, cakes, coffee from 62 Degrees and more for free, as you simply pay for the amount of time spent. The name stems from the Russian and German word 'Zifferblatt,' which means clock face. The idea here is that you note your arrival time and clock out, paying a fixed amount - currently 8p per minute at MediaCity and Edge Street. Ziferblat is ideal for co-working, hosting events and straight chilling - whether you want to work or play.
Ziferblat opens at 65 Princess Street, Manchester, M2 4EG in 2019.