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Breakfast cafe owners are hoping the arrival of a new breakfast service will allow them to provide a little bit more of a social life for their customers, but they are also aiming to attract more young people.

The Kekkes breakfast café has been offering breakfast in the shop for five years, but owner Kate Kelly says she is currently looking to expand to a bigger location in Newcastle.

“We are looking to be able to cater for a larger number of people.

We do need to attract younger people,” Ms Kelly said.”

I think we need to cater more to the younger demographic, particularly young girls and young women.”

There’s a bit of a gap in the market now, but I think that we’re going to see a significant change in that area in the next couple of years.

“Ms Kelly said the cafe had been doing well, with an average of 40 people a day coming into the shop to sample breakfast.”

“I think the older demographic are a bit less inclined to come in at breakfast time, because they’ve got other things to do and they’re not as active as we are.””

So we need more of that time, and more of it for our customers.””

I think the older demographic are a bit less inclined to come in at breakfast time, because they’ve got other things to do and they’re not as active as we are.”

So we need more of that time, and more of it for our customers.

“Ms Kells new cafe will open next month.

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