Watch your food being lovingly prepared in front of you, and wait not a second longer before tucking in. Made especially for you, it's hot off the stove in the pots and pans it was prepared in, chosen by you. This way, you can appreciate the wonderful flavours of Italy at their freshest.
One London’s 'favourite chefs without a restaurant', Anna Tobias has joined forces with one of the capital’s essential restaurants, 40 Maltby Street and together, they will open a new restaurant and wine bar called Cafe Deco on Store Street, Bloomsbury later this year.
Anna comes from one of Britain’s richest culinary traditions, counting Jeremy Lee, Margot Henderson, and Ruth Rogers as former employers — at the Blueprint Cafe, Rochelle Canteen, and River Cafe, respectively.
Come and immerse yourself the local Southern French-style winehouse, Amelie’s, the perfect place to relax. In summer their terrace is the ideal spot to soak up some rays and watch the coming’s and going’s on Store Street.
Mario, the Head Sommelier, and his friendly team are hand to guide you through the extensive wine list. Choose between classic well-known Bordeaux and Burgundies, or if you’re feeling more adventurous why not try something new? There really is a wine for everyone.
Of course, in France no glass of wine is ever complete without a selection of cheeses and charcuteries. At Amelie’s they’re all artisanal and originating from France and Italy; the perfect food pairing candidates!
All our wines are also available to take home, so whether you’re cooking up a storm or looking for a gift why not grab a bottle (or two!) to go and take the party with you?
Serving delicious artisan coffee, Store Street Espresso is one of the best independent coffee shops in central London. With an excellent selection of sandwiches and pastries, as well as consistently delicious coffee, Store Street Espresso has a growing number of loyal customers who are fast becoming familiar faces in this welcoming café.
Just a short walk from Tottenham Court Road, The British Museum and a number of universities, Store Street Espresso is popular with students, tourists and local residents, creating a lively and cosmopolitan atmosphere.
The Life Goddess brings the best of Greece to their beautifully deli.
Visit the Greek restaurant who will provide delicious food cooked and served by an award-winning chef. You will find exquisite dishes, a wide selection of home-made produce and one of the biggest ranges of Greek wines in London.
Orchidya is the only florist in the UK dedicated to one of the most exotic, mysterious and desired flowers on the planet: the orchid. Grown in the company’s own 30,000 square metre glasshouse in Lincolnshire, Orchidya offers an unprecedented range of superior quality plants.
The store offers some of the most colourful and spectacular blooms available and customers also have the option of ordering rarer varieties not available on in store, but a visit to their shop is a must, as it is an experience in itself!
Treadwell’s Books is a charming independent bookshop specialising in all things esoteric, and their shelves are stocked with books on world religion, spirituality, culture and travel, Wicca, paganism and the history of Western magic.
The store also offers Tarot readings by their experienced in-house readers and they run a number of interesting events and workshops throughout the year.
Decadence Salon opened its doors to clients back in 2011 when Store Street was transformed from an ordinary central London thoroughfare into a beautiful tree lined street full of character and uniqueness.
At Decadence, satisfaction is a guarantee with their clients being given the the best possible service without exception.
The products and colours used in the salon are some of the best on the market ensuring full confidence that clients are getting the very best hair care.
Every appointment starts with a full consultation and advice with the emphasis on bringing the best out of client’s hair.
Formerly known as University Vision. Store Street Opticians is a family-run optician who has been serving our patients for over 30 years. We offer a professional service with a personal touch, an on-site lab for all your needs, and an expansive range of glasses to suit everyone.
David Hershman, owner, and optometrist said that he “knew Store Street was the right location as soon as he saw it. We have great neighbors, it’s close to our original premises, and we’re excited about joining the ranks of stores serving the Bloomsbury community."
Iris Avenue is dedicated to providing the ultimate multi-sensory beauty destination with the highest level of customer service. This is the spot where the London cool-girl can work and play in a chic, luxe environment.
They provide services such as manicures, pedicures, waxing, skincare, spray tans and lashes. Step into the bar to discover uncompromising passion for amazing coffee or by sipping one of their amazing cocktails.
Celebrated both here in London and in Milan for their Fassona steak which is sourced from the mountain valleys north of Genoa, diners at Macellaio RC are promised ‘incredible Italian food, sourced with respect, prepared with love and expertly cooked’.
Roberto Costa, founder and owner of Macellaio RC, said: “I fell in love with this venue and the Bloomsbury area at first sight. For me it’s an honour to be able to raise the curtain of our theatre in such a historical venue.”
The Printing Centre, though in its currrent location from 2010, has been serving the Bloomsbury community way back over 50 years to 1964. One of the first to introduce London to the quickprint and copyshop culture “Quality, Price and Service” was our philosophy then and remains ‘til this day, with the same level of excellence we have had from the beginning.
Formally Arch One Picture Framing, Store Street Framing has been trading since 1994, providing a range of beautifully finished frames all delicately made by skilled craftsmen.
Store Street Framing has joined artistic forces with Russell and Chapple, London’s oldest art supplier, to provide a full spectrum service for London creatives. Their shared shop showcases their beautiful gilt frames, made using 23 ¾ gold leaf and century-old techniques.
Store Street Framing can assist with a range of framing needs, from priceless master paintings to posters. Every picture has its frame, and Store Street Framing will create it.
Russell & Chapple began trading in the Seven Dials area of Covent Garden in 1770, selling fabrics and tailor-made theatre cutains to the numerous theatres in the area. Today, Russell & Chapple is one of Europe’s leading textile specialists, supplying a range of artists’ linen, cotton and polyester, as well as high-quality digital print canvases and scenic/display fabrics for theatre design, as well as providing a bespoke canvas stretching service for artists and students.
In addition to fabrics, Russell & Chapple stock a range of other art supplies, from stretcher bars and painting mediums, to paints and brushes for all your painting needs.
The College Arms is a fantastic fusion of traditional pub and cosy wine bar. Only a small step away from the hustle and bustle of Tottenham Court Road and close to The British Museum it’s the ideal pit stop for a quick lunch or evening drinks and dinner.
Food is served all day every day and comprises traditional British favourites, weekly specials, burgers and freshly made salads. Drinks range from a selection of wines and cocktails, to a great selection of real ales.
Busaba Eathai, conceived by restaurateur Alan Yau, is a modern Thai eatery with a stylish interior and lively atmosphere. The diverse but simple menu offers a mouthwatering selection of authentic Thai food including salads, noodles, curries and stir-fries.
There is also an extensive selection of juices, smoothies, beers and wines to complement your food.
The Building Centre exists to promote innovation in the built environment. First established in 1931, the organisation has since developed to become a not-for-profit exhibition and event space providing education, information and inspiration to all sectors of the built environment as well as the general public. The Building Centre is open to all, it is a place where you can join the ongoing debate about the built environment.
The Building Centre is owned and operated by and for the Built Environment Trust, an independent charitable organisation that provides support for educational, research and cultural activities. It is also a perfect space to hold meetings, conferences and networking receptions. This unique venue in the heart of Bloomsbury has a changing backdrop of exhibitions about the built-environment and spaces designed by award-winning architects.