One of Islington's most popular cafés is Maison d'Etre, just on the opposite side of Highbury Corner from the station (right next to another Islington fave, Black Axe Mangal). They've been doing storming business there for the past few years in a tiny space and now they've expanded with a second cafe, Maison Bleue.
The second spot is a mere 5 minutes walk away, so if you've ever
The Queen's Park cafe game just got a whole load more interesting with the arrival of MILK BEACH on Lonsdale Road. They're promising the absolute best coffee, banging brunches and the natural wine bar and small plates offering by night sounds great too.
Respected restaurateur and chef Anthony Demetre is bringing his vision of a Spanish/Italian vermuteria to the new Coal Drops Yard part of King's Cross.
The cafe with the pink wall of flowers is expanding with two new central London openings planned for behind Oxford Circus and in Selfridges.
Only the best for Marylebone's residents and workers - this new deli and cafe will serve up British produce and Swedish pastries making it a very handy addition to the area.
"Arthur’s has never closed, not even when bombs rained all around. Every weekday on the dot of 7am, the doors open and the faithful flood in."
Sadly, the words that the then-Guardian restaurant reviewer Marina O'Loughlin wrote in her love letter to Dalston cafe Arthur's will seem pretty poignant next
Just around the corner from Selfridges and St Christopher's Place, chef Zahra Khan is getting ready to open an all day cafe with a special breakfast menu by popular Finnish Instagrammer Vanelja.
Returning Londoner Rachael Dalton-Loveland has come back from Oz inspired by their cafe culture to open this all day cafe which will serve up sharing plates and cocktails in the evening to Deptford denizens.
If your day needs something seriously sugary to kickstart it, then head over to this new East London hotel where the all day cafe is serving up cereal cocktails and crazy shakes.
Three times Time Out neighbourhood cafe winner Beam is coming to Blackstock Road with its quality weekend brunches and a dedicated evening menu.
All the news that was fit to print (but we just didn't get around to covering this week)...
Down by the river in Lambeth, this museum cafe has been slowly growing a reputation for its cooking - we went for a look.
Not content with a restaurant, bar and deli, Farringdon's Quality Chop House is now adding a cafe too. If you've been to the deli there recently - and we have many times for arguably the best pork pies in London - you'll have seen the wine shop that's next door (previously run by Noble Wines). It's that area that's becoming their new cafe.
There you'll be able to sit down and work your way through as many of those pork pies as you can (and we
Farmers' market stalwart Popina are moving into bricks and mortar with their first cafe and deli just south of Oxford Street
There’s no stopping Borough Market bakers Bread Ahead, who continue to pop up all over London with their sourdoughs, doughnuts and hot, comforting breakfasts.
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