Second Cup
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Création 1975
Fondateurs Tom Culligan et Frank O'Dea
Action TSX : SCU.UN
Siège social Drapeau du Canada Mississauga, Ontario (Canada)
Direction Gabe Tsampalieros, PDG
Activité Restauration
Société mère Dinecorp Hospitality inc.

Second Cup est une chaîne de cafés canadienne, fondée en 1975.

Elle représente le plus grand détaillant de café de spécialité de propriété canadienne avec plus de 360 enseignes au Canada et plus de 15 dans le reste du monde[1]. Les détaillants internationaux se trouvent aux Émirats arabes unis, au Koweït, en Arabie saoudite et en Oman.

Bien que son nom puisse se traduire d'une façon littérale en français comme « Deuxième tasse », les enseignes québécoises sont intitulées « Café Second Cup », ce qui a provoqué la violence sous la forme de bombes incendiaires contre trois cafés Second Cup à Montréal dans l'affaire Rhéal Mathieu.

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