”Come In” to open in Sockertoppen's premises: 'A café in every village'
Sockertoppen's owner Gunilla closed the café the day before Christmas Eve. Since then the door has been locked. But in a month or so people with a sweet tooth are once again welcome, now to 'Come In'.
– Everyone should feel welcome here, one of the owners says.
Behind the new drive are brother and sister Anna and Andreas Martinsson, who own the premises.
I've got a thousand ideas in my head just now, says Andreas, who is busy filling in forms so that everything is correct.
And the premises are being renovated into the bargain.
– This is going to be great fun,says Andreas, who tells us that besides a café they have plans for different activities.
– Everything doesn't have to be concentrated to the weekends, he says, and names a music quiz and a cake buffet.
A billiard table is also included in his plans.
The step from planning to action was not so big since the family own the building where Sockertoppen had its premises.
– We thought it was a pity that it should stand empty, and decided to keep on running a café here, says Andrfeas, who was himself a regular customer at Sockertoppen for many years.
– I start work at ten o'clock, so it's been a good beginning to my day.
As well as he and Anna, who also runs Djuraffären in Hjärsås, they will need to employ another person.