159 Camden High Street London, United Kingdom NW1 7JY
C/159 is showcasing ten of London’s most innovative creative retailers in an open plan retail environment which has been renovated using reclaimed and sustainable materials.
The ten brands will be occupying space at C/159 until October 2014 with smaller brands hosting regular temporary pop ups.
The ten brands include –
Eleanor Stuart – Original illustrated ceramics and stationary
Harnett and Pope - Unique statement fashion made in Shoreditch
Brookes and Jones – Bakes for grown ups
The English Tee Shop – A fusion of fashion and the English language
Portamento – Italian handmade shoes and accessories
Garite – French vintage fashion
Black Sheep Coffee – Speciality coffee
Clime-It Brothers – Fashion with a conscience
In With The Old – London designs and cool old stuff
Harper and Eye - Vintage fashion and other stories
Cafe Near C/159
The Providores, Marylebone High StDistance: 1.4 miTourist Information 109 Marylebone High St London, W1U 4
Founded in August 2009, Kaffeine is recognised as one of the leading cafes in the UK for its high standards in service, food, coffee and decor. Inspired by the cafe life so prevalent in Australia and New Zealand, it is a cafe that prides itself on excellent, professionally made espresso coffee and loose leaf teas, our seasonal, fresh food and baked items, and service standards that are based on genuine hospitality.
Mon - Fri: 8.00AM-6.00PM (takeaway coffees from 3.00PM)
Sat & Sun 9.00AM-5.00PM
LANTANA OUT (closed weekends)
NOTE: after 3.00PM, takeaway coffee & food are served from Lantana In next door.
Kin came into fruition out of our common goal to provide honest, fresh and healthy food in a comfortable and friendly atmosphere, creating a haven in the hustle of Central London. We pride ourselves on our careful sourcing, great tasting products and a welcoming environment, with a strong emphasis on quality and sustainability across all areas.
We really believe in the value of lunch; speedy and great value, and, as with everything we do with food, it has to be fresh and seasonal and delicious. So, in addition to the longer menu which offers the most wonderful salads as well as our homemade burgers, we also offer 'Love Thy Lunch'; heavenly soup or salad and a choice of wrap for £6.00, every weekday lunch.
At the weekends you need to get here early to find a place for brunch, the newspapers and maybe a mean Bloody Mary.
In the evening, there is no better place for a cocktail, a glass of wine or a choice of beers.
Our corner terrace is perfect to watch the world go by!
Welcome to Villandry’s Grand Cafés. We offer a light flexible all day dining menu at reasonable prices as well as a range of home made takeaway items for lunch or dinner at home. Our food is predominantly local and seasonal and the style of food is French Mediterranean. Currently we have three Grand Cafés, Great Portland Street, St James's and Bicester Village, and plan several more for central London.
Costa Coffee Tottenham Court RoadDistance: 1.2 miTourist Information Tottenham Court Road London,
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Family Fantastique - Parlour Gallery Distance: 0.9 miTourist Information 180-184 Queens Crescent, Kentish Town London, United Kingdom NW54DS 07932983399
A chance to visit the gallery as a family – featuring a tea party for adults and childrens creative workshops for 6-12year olds:
11.30-4.30pm Family Fantastique – Fairies and Superheroes
Morning and afternoon workshops to allow children to engage in imaginative and creative workshops for fun, and to learn new skills and processes.
11.30-1.30pm Workshops in Mask-making and Face-painting
Workshops to engage the children’s imaginations and create for them their own desired identity.
2.30-4.30pm Origami and Fantasy Fairies
The origami workshop will give the children the chance to make hats, crowns, and flowers by origami, whilst the fantasy fairies workshop will allow children to make their very own flower garlands and fairy wands, and to have fairy face painting.