Postcard Teas


Address:
DERING STREET, NEW BOND STREET. LONDON W1S 1AG
Telephone:
0207 629 3654
Website:
http://www.postcardteas.com/site/
Description: Beautiful little shop specialising in unusual types of tea from small farms. They hold tea tastings every Saturday morning, book them through the website. There are also other events and their Instagram is lovely! https://www.instagram.com/postcardteas/
Postcard Teas
 

Drink,Shop & Do


Address:
9 Caledonian road, N1 9DX, London
Telephone:
447477673981
Website:
www.drinkshopdo.com
Description: Design shop and café bar selling products from emerging designers alongside vintage furniture. Workshops,events,dance floor and bar.
Drink,Shop & Do
 

Half Cup


Address:
100-102 Judd St,London, WC1H 9NT
Telephone:
02086117835
Website:
http://www.halfcup.co.uk/
Description: I love the space for studying and having some drinks after. It is very artistic in terms of decoration. Staff is friendly and they have good coffee. Not many outlets though.
Half Cup
 

Worship Street Whistling Shop


Address:
63 Worship Street, London EC2A 2DU
Telephone:
020 7247 0015
Website:
http://www.whistlingshop.com
Description: Another speakeasy, cool underground bar in Shoreditch which distills it’s own liquors. The cocktails are really creative and tasty. For example, you can get a peunut butter and strawberry jam bourbon drink.
Worship Street Whistling Shop
 

Wiltons


Address:
1 Graces Alley (off Ensign Street), London, E1 8JB
Telephone:
020 7702 2789
Website:
http://www.wiltons.org.uk
Description: Atmospheric bar in an old music hall. Has shows as well.
Wiltons
 

Zetter Town House


Address:
86-88 Clerkenwell Road, St John’s Square, London EC1M 5RJ
Telephone:
020 7324 4444
Website:
http://www.thezettertownhouse.com
Description: A cocktail bar in Clerkenwell, the sister bar of 69 Colebroke row. Part of the Zetter Hotel which also houses Bistro Bruno Loubet.
Zetter Town House
 

Victoria & Albert Museum


Address:
Cromwell Gardens, London SW7 2RL
Telephone:
020 7942 2000
Website:
http://www.vam.ac.uk
Description: World renowned free museum in South Ken. Find the beautiful café to enjoy afternoon tea. Hosts lates the last Friday of every month with activities and special events.
Victoria & Albert Museum
 

The Wallace Restaurant


Address:
The Wallace Collection, Hertford House, Manchester Square, London W1U 3BN
Telephone:
020 7563 9505
Website:
http://peytonandbyrne.co.uk/the-wallace-restaurant/index.html
Description: Tea room within the Wallace Collection – beautiful space. Great for afternoon tea or breakfast but they also do dinner a couple of nights a week. The Wallace Collection itself is a museum.
The Wallace Restaurant
 

The Lamb


Address:
94 Lamb’s Conduit Street, London WC1N 3LZ
Telephone:
020 7405 0713
Website:
http://www.youngs.co.uk/pubs/lamb‎
Description: The local pub on Lamb’s Conduit just around the corner from the College.
The Lamb
 

The Dovetail


Address:
24/28 Broadway Market, London E8 4QJ
Telephone:
020 7275 7617
Website:
http://dovepubs.com/
Description: Belgian food. Soups, stews, moules frites and so on. Makes Belgo look positively common.The beer selection is vast as well. Located on trendy Broadway market.
The Dovetail
 

The Harrison


Address:
28 Harrison Street, London WC1H 8JF
Telephone:
020 7278 3966
Website:
http://www.harrisonbar.co.uk/
Description: Pub behind the College on Harrison street. Delicious food. Live music on Sundays.
The Harrison
 

The Bree Louise


Address:
69 Cobourg Street, London NW1 2HH
Telephone:
020 7681 4930
Website:
http://www.thebreelouise.com/
Description: Pub with a very wide selection of ciders and other specialty beers. Near the vegetarian curry houses around the corner on Drummond street.
The Bree Louise
 

Store Street Espresso


Address:
40 Store Street, London WC1E 7DB
Telephone:
020 7637 2623
Website:
http://www.storestreetbloomsbury.co.uk/shop-eat/ss-espresso/
Description: A great coffee shop on Store Street near the UCL and LSHTM campuses as well as Senate House. Is the sister shop of Continental Stores on Tavistock place. Nice independent – good choice after the British Museum or an Oxford Street shop. Brownies to die for.
Store Street Espresso
 

The Attendant


Address:
Downstairs, 27a Foley Street, London W1W 6DY
Telephone:
0207 637 3794
Website:
http://www.the-attendant.com/
Description: Coffee in an old Victorian urinal in Fitzrovia. They have kept the old fittings. Very small and busy. I’ve only coffee but I know friends have had cocktails…
The Attendant
 

Soho Whisky Bar


Address:
42 Old Compton Street, London W1D 4LR
Telephone:
020 7018 1168
Website:
http://www.sohowhiskybar.com/
Description: The place to go for Japanese whiskys. Located underneath Bincho in Soho.
Soho Whisky Bar
 

Shoreditch Grind


Address:
213 Old Street, London EC1V 9NR
Telephone:
020 7490 7490
Website:
http://www.shoreditchgrind.com/
Description: Good coffee shop on the edge of the Old street roundabout. Two other locations in Soho and Holborn. Also does cocktails in the evening.
Shoreditch Grind
 

Prufrock


Address:
23-25 Leather Lane, London EC1N 7TE
Telephone:
020 7242 0467
Website:
http://www.prufrockcoffee.com/
Description: Great coffee on Leather Lane within walking distance of the college. Good for studying as well.
Prufrock
 

Paramount


Address:
Centre Point, 101-103 New Oxford Street, London WC1A 1DD
Telephone:
020 7420 2900
Website:
http://www.paramount.uk.net/
Description: Good for drinks with a 360 degree view of London.
Paramount
 

Ozone Coffee Roasters


Address:
11 Leonard Street, London EC2A 4AQ
Telephone:
020 7490 1039
Website:
http://www.ozonecoffee.co.uk/
Description: Great coffee and lunch place off Old Street in Clerkenwell. Big tables to do work at as well.
Ozone Coffee Roasters
 

Orchard Kitchen


Address:
11 Sicilian Avenue, London WC1A 2QH
Telephone:
020 7831 2715
Website:
http://www.orchard-kitchen.co.uk
Description: Posh vegetarian – food is great. One to go to for a birthday treat. They have three other venues locally.
Orchard Kitchen
 

Nightjar


Address:
129 City Road, London EC1V 1JB
Telephone:
020 7253 4101
Website:
http://www.barnightjar.com/
Description: Great cocktail bar off Old Street roundabout with meticulous attention to detail and amazing presentation. Has live music on some nights. Amazing cocktails! (held to be one of the best bars in the world…) It pays off to book early.
Nightjar
 

Monmouth Coffee Shop


Address:
27 Monmouth Street, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9EU
Telephone:
020 7232 3010
Website:
http://www.monmouthcoffee.co.uk/our-shops/covent-garden
Description: Want to buy good coffee? Missing your Colombian dark roast medium ground? Very good quality and variety of coffee and they will grind it for you for your specific coffee machine.
Monmouth Coffee Shop
 

London Review of Books bookshop


Address:
14 Bury Place, London WC1A 2JL
Telephone:
020 7269 9030
Website:
http://www.lrbshop.co.uk/cakeshop
Description: Inviting book shop near the British Museum with a café that serves up a great variety of teas and delicious cakes. Welcoming atmosphere to sit down and peruse the books on sale.
London Review of Books bookshop
 

London Cocktail Club


Address:
224a Shaftesbury Ave, London WC2H 8EB
Telephone:
020 7580 1960
Website:
http://www.londoncocktailclub.co.uk
Description: Another good cocktail bar with a few locations around London. Head over on Mondays for 2 for 1 deals.
London Cocktail Club
 

Knight’s Templar Pub


Address:
95 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1DT
Telephone:
020 7831 2660
Website:
http://www.jdwetherspoon.co.uk
Description: Pub near the Courts of Justice with good beer. Is full of barristers until 7 o’clock, but then is empty.
Knight’s Templar Pub
 

Lantana


Address:
13 Charlotte Place, London W1T 1SN
Telephone:
020 7637 3347
Website:
http://www.lantanacafe.co.uk/
Description: A good brunch place in Fitzrovia just off Goodge street on Charlotte Place with equally good coffee.
Lantana
 

Kaffeine


Address:
66 Great Titchfield Street, London W1W 7QJ
Telephone:
020 7580 6755
Website:
http://www.kaffeine.co.uk/
Description: A good coffee shop in Marylebone not far from Oxford circus.
Kaffeine
 

Harp


Address:
47 Chandos Place, London WC2N 4HS
Telephone:
020 7836 0291
Website:
http://www.harpcoventgarden.com/
Description: Pub in Covent Garden voted best pub in the country.
Harp
 

Frank’s Café and Campari Bar


Address:
10th Floor, Peckham Multi-Story Carpark, 95A Rye Lane, London SE15 4ST
Telephone:
(none)
Website:
http://www.frankscafe.org.uk
Description: Rooftop bar in Peckham at the top of a carpark. Great ambiance, during the summer only.
Frank’s Café and Campari Bar
 

Euston Tap


Address:
190 Euston Road, London NW1 2EF
Telephone:
020 3137 8837
Website:
http://www.eustontap.com/
Description: Good pub near the College up on Euston Road near UCL.
Euston Tap

 

Experimental Cocktail Club


Address:
13a Gerrard Street, London W1D 5PS
Telephone:
020 7434 3559
Website:
http://www.chinatownecc.com/
Description: Cocktail bar in Chinatown hidden behind an unmarked red door. Excellent quality cocktails with unsual twists. Five pound cover charge after 11 pm, open very late. Best to reserve if anymore than 2 people.
Experimental Cocktail Club
 

Espresso Room


Address:
31-35 Great Ormond Street, London WC1N 3HZ
Telephone:
0776 071 4883
Website:
http://www.theespressoroom.com/
Description: A great local independent coffee spot on Great Ormond Street. Limited opening hours (weekdays only) and teeny tiny but they really know about coffee.
Espresso Room
 

Fortnum & Mason


Address:
181 Piccadilly, London W1A 1ER
Telephone:
020 7734 8040
Website:
http://www.fortnumandmason.com
Description: Grand store on Picadilly street. Delcious shortbread, marmelade and afternoon tea, as well as general visual wonderment. Reach with the 38 or 19 bus.
Fortnum & Mason
 

Fork


Address:
85 Marchmont Street, London WC1N 1AL
Telephone:
020­ 7387 2860
Website:
http://www.forkdeli.co.uk
Description: Coffee shop on Marchmont street right around the corner from Goodenough.
Fork
 

Freud


Address:
198 Shaftesbury Ave, London, WC2H 8JL
Telephone:
020 7240 9933
Website:
http://www.freud.eu/
Description: Cocktail bar off Shaftesbury that has a decidely 80’s punkish spirit. Good music.
Freud
 

Duke of York Pub


Address:
7 Roger Street, London WC1N 2PB
Telephone:
020 7242 7230
Website:
http://www.dukepub.co.uk/
Description: Small art deco pub down Doughty mews behind London house.
Duke of York Pub
 

Drink Shop Do


Address:
9 Caledonian Road, London N1 9DX
Telephone:
020 7278 4335
Website:
http://www.drinkshopdo.com
Description: During the day, Drink Shop Do is a coffee shop with yummy cakes. In the evening it hosts a range of activities and then turns into a great dance spot. Nice and close by King’s Cross.
Drink Shop Do
 

Copita


Address:
27 d’Arblay Street, London W1F 8EP
Telephone:
020 7287 7797
Website:
http://www.copita.co.uk/
Description: Some of the best gin in London! Plus some great wines and amazing tapas. Great place to go with friends and share your food. Also a good date spot. Lots of delicious tapas! I would recommend the goats cheese, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, and hake. They specialise in gin and have a whole menu dedicated to gin and tonic. Food shared between 4 and a G&T each set us back 20 pounds each.
Copita

Continental Stores


Address:
54 Tavistock Place, London WC1H 9RG
Telephone:

Website:
http://www.storestreetbloomsbury.co.uk/shop-eat/ss-espresso/
Description: A fabulous coffee shop on Tavistock Place right around the corner from Goodenough. A good selection of sandwiches and excellent coffee. A great study spot (I’m slightly biased I wrote my entire dissertation here – the barristas are friendly and wonderful!) Is the sister shop of Store Street Espresso not far away.
Continental Stores
 

Caravan


Address:
Granary Building, Granary Square 1, London
Telephone:
020 7101 7661
Website:
http://www.caravankingscross.co.uk
Description: The sister restaurant of the Exmouth market Caravan outpost, this one is in the Granary square restaurant hotspot up by King’s Cross. Great for Brunch and coffee. They also do supper.
Caravan
 

Caravan


Address:
11-13 Exmouth Market, London EC1R 4QD
Telephone:
020 7833 8115
Website:
http://www.caravanonexmouth.co.uk/
Description: Great spot on Exmouth market for brunch with good coffee. They also do supper.
Caravan
 

Centre Point Sushi


Address:
1st floor, London WC2H 8LN
Telephone:
020 7240 6147
Website:
http://www.cpfs.co.uk
Description: Good for the view not for the sushi. At Tottenham Court Road.
Centre Point Sushi
 

Café 49


Address:
49 Marchmont Street, London WC1N 1AP
Telephone:
020 3538 3474
Website:

Description: This place is 5 minutes walk from Goodenough and has absolutely sensational sandwiches, scrumptious salads, and potent pesto pastas. The coffee is delicious, the staff are friendly and the prices are affordable. Definitely worth a visit folks! #WSHOM
Café 49
 

Bloomsbury Coffee House


Address:
20 Tavistock Place, London WC1H 9RE, (underneath the St Athans Hotel)
Telephone:
020 7837 2877
Website:
http://www.bloomsburycoffeehouse.co.uk
Description: A quiet coffee shop with a lot of tables to do work.They offer a breakfast and lunch service. It’s within walking distance to UCL and IALS.
Bloomsbury Coffee House
 

Bounce


Address:
121 Holborn, London EC1N 2TD
Telephone:
020 3657 6525
Website:
www.bouncepingpong.com/
Description: The ultimate ping-pong bar, they have over 40 tables (have to be booked in advance at an hourly rate), provide rackets and balls for players. Late evening, whilst keeping the ping-pong players, it turns into a dance bar, with mostly contemporary RnB music. Really amazing and unique place, if you like table tennis it is a must to try. Booking tables is pretty expensive, but they always have a few community ones open for people who just wander in.
Bounce

Beas of Bloomsbury


Address:
44 Theobalds Road, London WC1X 8NW
Telephone:
0207 242 8330
Website:
http://www.beasofbloomsbury.com/
Description: Afternoon tea is great at this little café just down the road. Forget the Ritz – this is the place to go. Try the meringues
Beas of Bloomsbury
 

06 St Chad’s Place


Address:
06 St Chad’s Place, London WC1X 9HH
Telephone:
020 7278 3355
Website:

69 Colebrooke Row


Address:
69 Colebrooke Row, London N1 8AA
Telephone:
07540 528593
Website:
http://www.69colebrookerow.com/
Description: Delicious gourmet cocktails in Angel. Has live music, can be a good idea to reserve.
69 Colebrooke Row