Being home to design agencies, advertising agencies, fashion, and video/film production agencies, Soho offers businesses a central location that doesn’t have a corporate feel. It’s like you’ve been dropped down in a beautiful haven of independent restaurants, bars and shops. Because of this, Soho is often termed London’s creative hotspot.
Within walking distance, you have to Piccadilly Circus, Oxford Street, Leicester Square and Tottenham Court Road Underground Stations. So it’s an easy trip home after a long day. In 2018 Crossrail is coming to Tottenham Court Road too, which means an even quicker route after work or after a few drinks with the co-workers.
Berwick Street Market is perfect if you like something different for lunch every day. Frith Street has many small Italian places where you can sit outside in the British sun or find a cosy table in the basement when it’s raining. There are also many quick eateries where you can grab falafel or cakes.
Crowds flock to Bar Soho for after-work drinks, and on the weekend the place is packed to the brim with creative types who live in the area. There are many tiny independent cocktail places that have come up with their own wonderful creations, and you are a stone’s throw away from the huge Leicester Square loud clubbing nightlife.
Soho is truly special with the number of shops it boasts. Whether you’re after high-end or hoping to find something second hand, you’ll have a diverse shopping experience. Many independent shops have found themselves a home in Soho, and then you are only a short walk from Oxford and Regent Street that have all the huge chains.
You could not pick a better place to work if you like the arts. Simply leave the office, and whether you like cinema, comedy or theatre, you are spoilt for choice. From the packed out West End musicals to the cosy comedy shows above bars, there is something for everyone. This 1600-seater Prince Edward theatre seen here has been around since the 1930s.
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