Pink Mood

One of my very first posts up here on this little coffeespot dairy, is dedicated to the already well-known Grind coffee places situated straight through London. Since back summer the Grind coffee chain has grown a lot as well as the coffee, tea and food selection has developed in terms of creativity and individuality. Every time I am entering one of the Grind locations, I am impressed – every single one is just so unique and I am a true fan of the letter lightings on some walls. You will see a new example below.
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Just for the record: I am now a happy owner of the Grind black card, folks! This one guarantees me a little discount every once in a while which definitely does not suck, right? 😉
Well, last week I happened to find myself in the London Borough of Islington. How beautiful is Islington btw?? On a late morning I popped into Clerkenwell Grind which is not far away from the tube station Barbican. At Clerkenwell Grind you truly find your place as a student, I suppose. Me and three others had the whole place for ourselves on a Monday morning. The place provides both, a fancy restaurant including a coffeeshop area and a damn cool bar downstairs. The bar has those “letter fairy lights” fyi. Super modern and almost electric, all in all.
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What do you think about the setting? Have you ever visited a Grind coffee place before? If yes, let me know which one you liked best! And if not, grab your shoes and go there! Make sure to order a latte there or the avocado toast or one of their amazing juices. The staff is so attentive and the music selection is great – no matter which spot you are willing to attend.
I am pretty sure the Grind team is currently location scouting for their next possible London coffee places! I am more than curious already which area will be chosen next and above all, how many actual locations will already have opened their doors the next time I am having chance to visit the UK again. We will see.
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