|Associated names:||Fresh Express|
Not to be confused with Domino's 2Go
Towards the end of their run in the late 1990s, Granada began to look at quicker ways to get people in and out of their services, which finally became fashionable in the late 2000s.
Granada 2Go involved extending the lobby at the front of their busiest services, making it difficult for people to avoid their coffee and sandwich offer, and saving space in the main restaurant area.
The brand was designed by BDG McColl and was planned to be introduced to 35 of Granada's 47 sites, with only a couple ever materialising. However, when they took over Granada, Compass decided Upper Crust met the specification better. Those Upper Crusts later became Caffe Ritazza, and in 2011 Moto introduced Costa and West Cornwall Pasty Company stands to the front of their services.
- Cherwell Valley (M1) - thought to have been built and opened
- Donington Park (M1/A42/A50) - opened in 2000, thought to be a trial site
- Exeter (M5) - an extension was planned here but it never materialised
- Leigh Delamere (M4) - thought to have been built and opened
- Stafford northbound (M6) - thought to have opened as Upper Crust
- Toddington northbound (M1) - thought to have opened as Upper Crust