This espresso bar differs from a normal café, with a heady mix of caffeine, cocktails and music giving this Shoreditch venue a funky vibe. Breakfast and lunch featuring cakes, pastries and small plates are served here, while the bar opens up for fun into the night.
Venue Details & Map
213 Old StreetThe CityLondonEC1V 9NR
- +44 (0)20 7490 7490
- Public transport:
- Old Street, Underground
Loved this place right down the street! From their cocktail sign to their punny saying on the front of their shop, this place is super cute and trendy. They don't have a large variety of menu items, but my friend and I loved our food. I even got a mocha latte since they didn't have vanilla (what???) and it was actually really good.
The place was pretty packed but we found a nice place to sit...more
Directly outside of the Old Street tube stop is a wonderful bastion of Shoreditch cool in the form of Shoreditch Grind. The space is a semi-circular bank of windows that looks out into the Old Street roudabout and bathes the space in light. There is often mid- to late-90's hip hop blasting in the place, so if you are looking for a quiet, cozy café - this is not the place for you. They also...more
Great coffee and extremely interesting rotunda building.
Hands down one of the best coffees I've found in the area.
I love the red light sleazy, up late, lighting and vibe.
Downsides: it's noisy and hard to find places to sit sometimes. Also had a couple of cakes here and now tend to avoid them, which is a shame really.
Upsides: they do delish coffee cocktails, great service and...more
Being from Los Angeles, I love me the coffee scene in any way, shape, or form. Is place is in one of the busiest hubs in e city, located right across the underground rail station on Old St, so it's always busy. And loud. It's worth it for all the people watching you get to do and soak up the ambiance of the city, though.
The coffee here is freaking amazing. They have all the different...more
I live nearby and would walk by every day thinking, what is this grungy, hipster place, without giving it further thought. As I started to get more into the Grind chain of cafes, I gave this place a try and have been coming back consistently ever since. I like it and it's funky.
The only real downside is that it's kind of small and the music is loud on the weekends.
Coffee is good. Not out...more