Although it’s nice to work in your joggers everyday, it’s important to get out and be in a different environment. London is a massive city with so much to see, especially when it comes to spaces to work. Between coworking spaces, independent cafes and new restaurants, there are many options for all types of people. We love this part of WFH.
When traveling back and forth between home and all these cafes and restaurants, make sure you have the accessories you need to work comfortably anywhere. MOFT, for example, has one-of-a-kind laptop, phone and tablet stands, perfect for those who travel for work or are always on the go. So, when working from home gets boring, take your office anywhere and check out these hot spots across London.
SohoWorks - The Strand | Dean St | White City | Shoreditch
A classic, but it takes a bit more than a booking to get in. This membership-based coworking space is a branch of Soho House. It’s the perfect place to work alone, with friends, or even your whole team.
Its modern look and feel make it comfortable, and they even offer free tea, coffee, and breakfast each morning. Score! With locations all around London, find your local and work away.
Mama Shelter - East London
You might know it as a hotel, bar or a good spot for karaoke, but Mama’s is so much more than that. Their breakfast menu is perfect to get your workday started, and with spaces to plug in (and unplug) it’ll become your newest go-to.
437 Hackney Rd
London E2 8PP
Drop Shot - West London
Dog friendly. I think that’s all we need to say here... But really, Drop Shot is a hot place to grab a coffee and crack on with your work. Down the road from Wimbledon Tennis and a great independent cafe to support (it makes it easy when their coffee is so good).
281 Wimbledon Park Road
London SW19 6NW
Kaffeine - Central London
An independent cafe and espresso bar inspired by the amazing coffee culture in Australia and New Zealand. Kaffeine has a chill, industrial vibe with light music, creating the ideal atmosphere to work or hang with friends.
15 Eastcastle Street
London W1T 3AY
66 Great Titchfield Street
London W1W 7QJ
The Attendant - Fitzrovia | Shoreditch | Clerkenwell | South Quay | Mayfair
This chain of cafes does the best job of tailoring each location to the people there. Fitzrovia, for example, has a victorian-style; calm and warm. Clerkenwell, on the other hand, is modern. Their whit-washed walls, greenery and pendants attract the typical local. You’ll certainly find your spot with five different options. Good to mention, too, that their brunch menu goes till 4 pm...
The Street Easy - North London
The newest one on this list, the Street Easy opened in April, and has been a hit ever since. This place makes it easy (pun intended) to bunker down and get some work done. Grab a fresh juice, breakfast, lunch or dinner, whatever you fancy. And when the work day is over, stay for one of their signature cocktails.
55-57 Exmouth Market,
London EC1R 4QL
Benk & Bo - East-Central London
This is the place for the creatives, no doubt. Their space is full of books on art, design and architecture. Its colourful environment will inspire you during the day and their natural wine selection on certain Friday evenings will help even more...
4-6 Gravel Lane
London, E1 7AW
There you have it, plenty of options to 'WFH' that aren't 'FH'.