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Meet Our Neighbours – The Food Edition

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Quick coffee and a pastry

Missed arrival refreshments at your conference, or you just need a little pick me up before a day of networking? These are our favourite local coffee spots.

Shoreditch Grind – with a recording studio upstairs this cool coffee spot offers something different from the norm. We can vouch for their espresso martinis too after a long day’s work!

Lantana – An office favourite for the pastry and latte run and not even a minutes walk away.

Ziferblat – Your coffee is free, you pay for the time you spend there. Something a bit different!


Something to impress your clients

These places are perfect to treat your team or to impress a client after a successful event.

The Modern Pantry – Don’t just take our word for it, Timeout says, ‘Even the most devoted foodie will be bamboozled’

The Jones Family ProjectThe 99 City Road team’s last Christmas lunch was here and we loved it, a great atmosphere and even better food.

TramshedA former East End tram-generator building, with the renowned Cock ‘n’ Bull installation buy Damien Hirst. If you think that’s impressive, wait until you try the steak!


Something extra Shoreditchy!

We couldn’t give you a rundown of our favourite food spots without getting a little hipster, after all we are based in Shoreditch.

Naked Dough – Based in Old Street Station, why not grab some ‘Unicorn Food’ edible cookie dough for your journey home. So Shoreditch, but so good!

Magic Roundabout: Burger BearAn office favourite for a beer and burger. Their slogan sums it up perfectly ‘eat, beats, booze’.

Dinerama – Open Wednesday – Saturday, 5pm til late. What’s more Shoreditch than street food in a former truck depot with resident DJs?


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