Millennials to Drink Coffee in a Victorian … Ahem … Setting

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Demi Perera freshens up with a visit to the new Attendant Fitzrovia.

Attendant, the uber cool coffee shop concept developed by Bosh McKeown and Ryan De Oliveira, is set to arrive in Fitzrovia just in time for Christmas. A Victorian gentleman’s toilet, perfectly located, at the corner of Foley Street and Great Titchfield Street will now be a flagship for the chain which already boasts properties in Shoreditch and Clerkenwell.

The basement location in Foley Street will serve up its award-winning coffee from the Attendant roastery. Breakfast, brunch and lunch created with fresh, seasonal British ingredients will be available, for hungry Londoners  to enjoy, seven days a week.

To celebrate the launch Attendant has created a writing-on-the-wall campaign. A purpose-built wall around the Foley Street shop invites Londoners to write their favourite London stories and share them using  #AttendantStories and @attendantUK.   Next time you’re visiting Attendant in Fitzrovia, Shoreditch or Clerkenwell show your barista your tagged story to claim a free flat white (offer ends 31st December 2017).

Attendant Fitzrovia is scheduled to open on Saturday 2 December 2017 at 27a Foley Street, W1W 6DY. For more information go to the-attendant.com.

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