Boston Tea Party, the Bristol-based café chain, is set to open its 10th site in the South West this summer, as it looks to reach its target of operating an estate of 15 outlets across the region by the end of next year. The company, which opened its first café in Bristol’s Park Street in 1996, launched its latest site, its ninth, in Salisbury earlier this month, after completely overhauling the former George Inn in the town. The group, which is led by managing director Sam Roberts, who bought the company in 2005, has completely restored the Grade I-Listed inn that is believed to have first opened in 1314. The chain is currently looking for staff for its next site, its 10th, which will open later this summer in the Stokes Croft area of Bristol. The Stokes Croft site will become the group’s fourth outlet in the city, its also operates cafés in Bath, Barnstaple, Exeter, Honiton and Worcester.