Pret A Manger is to open its stores in Edinburgh and Glasgow from May 11.
The company have already opened 30 stores but a further 71 will follow across the UK from Monday, including cafes in Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Shops in Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds and Manchester will also reopen, bringing the total number of reopened shops to more than 100.
In a blog post addressed to customers, Pret chief executive Pano Christou said: “It’s been fantastic to see so many of you respecting the changes we’ve made, and we’re extremely grateful for your ongoing support.”
As part of its phased reopenings, Pret has introduced a range of safety measures for both customers and staff.
Each shop will be fitted with Perspex screens at the tills, while restrictions will be in place on the number of customers allowed in the stores.
Mr Christou said customers will be provided with hand sanitiser, while members of staff will be offered face coverings.
Members of staff in branches due to reopen have undergone a “thorough interview to ensure that they are fit to return to work”, Pret said, while those living with anyone who is vulnerable will not be permitted to return.
Stores will run at reduced hours while customers will be made to queue two metres apart.
The high street chain said it is also widening its distribution of unsold food to homeless charities.
It comes after KFC announced it is reopening 80 more restaurants for deliveries across the UK this week, taking its total to 100 by Monday.
McDonald’s said 15 restaurants will reopen from 11am next Wednesday, while Burger King said it hopes to open at least 350 of its restaurants by the end of June as part of a staggered reopening after the lockdown