Attractive, historic, creative and, above all, cool.
Clerkenwell ticks a lot of boxes.
Located in the heart of Islington, it’s changed rapidly in recent years. Today it’s known for its thriving creative, design, and tech businesses – the latter centred around Old Street’s ‘Silicon Roundabout’. It even boasts its own Design Week!
Clerkenwell is also within quick and easy reach of the City, West End, and central London thanks to its three tube stations. But if you really want to go native, two-wheel travel is the only way. Clerkenwell offers a wealth of eateries too, from street food markets to Michelin-starred restaurants, and everything in-between. And if you’re in need of liquid refreshment, it’s brim full of bars and pubs too.
Learn More About Clerkenwell
Clerkenwell Transport Links
Our Clerkenwell office space is just a short walk from Barbican, Old Street and Farringdon Tube stations. The latter is also a major rail interchange, with trains to Gatwick, Cambridge, Brighton, and beyond.
Places to Eat and Drink
There’s a multitude of places to eat and drink in the local area, meaning you won’t have to go far to entertain clients, socialise with colleagues, or network with other small businesses.
This high-end modern British restaurant offers lunchtime and evening tasting menus that your tastebuds will never forget. You’re in for a real treat.
Pub lunches don’t come much better than this hipster hangout. If you’re around on a Sunday, (you can access Needspace offices 24/7), the roasts are incredible. It’s also just a great local boozer.
Serving up fabulous French flavours since 1986, there’s live jazz in the evenings too. Tres chic!
Italian-British fusion cooking that packs a punch. This is not your average trattoria!
This bustling market in the heart of Clerkenwell has a mouth-watering array of food stalls. It’s also home to some stellar restaurants including Moro which specialises in Moorish cuisine.
In the 19th century, an influx of 2,000 Italians saw Clerkenwell earn the nickname ‘Little Italy’. Today, there are still lots of Italian-run shops and restaurants in the area. There is also a significant community of Italian residents, who make up 5% of the area’s population.
Tucked away on Rosebery Avenue behind Angel station, this London landmark is dedicated to all forms of dance, from contemporary to classical.
Learn more about the Victorian author through his painting, writing, and belongings.
Fabric is one of the world’s top clubbing spots. Open to 6am, it could be a long night!
This Victorian listed warehouse is a superb spot for a top night out. Not only is there great live music, but you can also get fantastic food and drink served at your table.
Great cocktails, eclectic music, fine dining, and table tennis is a perfect combo!