34/35 Eastcastle Street,
London, W1W 8DW
020 7291 0644
Soho is one of London’s most vibrant and exciting areas. Its bright lights and glitz may sparkle brighter at night, but it’s got plenty to appeal during the day too. Spend your lunch hour exploring its unique blend of culture, glamour and quirky sophistication.
This vintage magazine Mecca offers a dizzying array of original magazine back issues from throughout the 20th Century. It also stocks unusual retro memorabilia including music and movie posters, vintage advertising prints, clothing, toys and gifts. Located on Brewer Street
Amanzi’s new Soho store, also (fittingly) on Brewer Street, is a tea lover’s paradise. Choosing from their selection of over 100 loose leaf teas is made easier by the shots of tea available to sample. Buy tea to take home or stay and relax with a hot drink – try their delicious chai matcha latte for a refreshing yet warming treat.
Studies show that yoga can help reduce stress and anxiety. Escape the office and head to Triyoga on Kingly Court for an energising lunchtime class. Triyoga offers a variety of yoga styles for all abilities, as well as Pilates and barre classes and a range of treatments.
Housed in a former gunmaker’s shop, this innovative gallery showcases work by the most exciting emerging artists as well as the historical artists who may have inspired them. Exhibitions change regularly and the gallery is open from 11am-7pm Monday-Friday.
Swimming is the perfect way to refresh yourself after a busy morning, and Marshall Street Baths is the perfect place to do it. This beautiful Grade II listed building was refurbished in 2010, but still has its original 1930s marble floors and oodles of charm. Located (believe it or not) on Marshall Street.
Set right in the heart of theatreland, The Spice of Life hosts regular live music events including some at lunchtime. Grab a colleague or two and head down for music, hearty pub food and friendly vibes. Located on Moor Street.
Reckless Records on Berwick Street deals in second-hand vinyl and CDs, specialising in rock and pop, soul and dance, jazz, punk and reggae. It’s the kind of place you can easily spend an hour browsing without noticing the time go by – so dig around and discover some gems.
This Taiwanese street food diner on Lexington Street specialises in gua bao, fluffy steamed milk buns with a range of tasty fillings. As well as their delicious signature buns, they serve Taiwanese-inspired small plates and a sublime array of drinks including tea, sake, beer and cider.
Each area of London has its unique history that’s waiting to be discovered and it’s always something we look out for when choosing an office location. We currently have a number of managed offices in Soho that are ready for you and your business.