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5 Freelancer-Friendly Creative Cafes You Should Visit

Whether for their welcoming atmosphere, freelance-friendly ethos or wicked interiors, we love London’s cafes. The perfect place to park and enjoy a rest from the city, throw ideas around, seek inspiration or settle down to work, everybody has a favourite spot. Allow us to share a few that we really love, both for their creativity and unmatched quality.   Pitfield London, Shoreditch It may look understated from the outside but Pitfield street’s eponymous coffee shop Pitfield London is a treasure trove of eclectic bits and pieces. Serving hearty Italian lunches, tasty salads and sandwiches, it doubles up as an antiques and homewares…

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10 Vegan Chocolate Brands to Know

Now more than ever, Easter is all about chocolate. According to a recent study, kids in the UK receive on average 8.8 Easter eggs per year and that friends, is a buttload of chocolate. Usually, Easter egg chocolate is on the cheap side and contains milk, whey and other animal derivatives, like jelly sweets made from gelatine. Personally, I’m not into the idea of consuming 8.8 crappy chocolate eggs, and much prefer the idea of receiving a beautifully-wrapped chocolate bar that’s top quality and free from any nasties. There are tonnes of inspiring indie chocolate brands out there and most…

EAT AT: 155 Bar & Kitchen

Perched on Farringdon Road, I love this place for its laid-back vibe, mid-century meets Scandi interior and tasty modern fare. Part of the Clerkenwell London group, 155 Bar & Kitchen gives the impression of a cosy design-led bolt hole. In fact, a nosey from the restaurant into the lounge throws up a much larger space to explore. The vinyl lounge is a scene straight from Don Draper’s living room, with low lighting and expensive-looking vintage chairs making no bones – this is as much a showroom as a cocktail bar. In the small restaurant itself you’ll find only a few tables. It’s intimate…

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BRAND TO KNOW: London Tea Club

The world is full of people who when faced with the challenge of writing a Twitter bio for themselves, search deep within their collective psyche, and recover only two emphatic, identifying words: tea-drinker. We live in a tea-hungry world of mystery and beauty, and often, our love of the saintly hot beverage brings us closer together. One such instance of a shared love for delicious infusions spreading joy across the world’s vast cities, is the work of the London Tea Club, a creative members service founded by loose leaf connoisseur Cecelia Lau. London Tea Club is a project that aims…