The sweet spot between the City and the West End was formally branded ‘midtown’ in 2010 but what we’re essentially talking about here is the area between Tottenham Court Road and Chancery Lane, including south Bloomsbury, Holborn and St Giles.
If you’ve got a client you want to impress, Cora Pearl in Covent Garden is the place. Complex comfort food (their words) includes ham and cheese toasties and fish stews. And the chips! Those chips alone are worthy a team outing. Our clients in Mayfair speak highly of Cora’s sister restaurant, Kitty Fishers. Or, if you’re having one of those days when you want to spend £8 on something other than a tuna sandwich and a cappuccino, go to The Pie Room at Holborn Dining Room. Get a pie-to-go from the cold counter, surely one of the most extravagant things you can do in town for less than a tenner.
Warner House – the Warner Bros European HQ – is on Theobalds Road, with a lease until at least 2034. Accounting and consulting firm Deloitte is based at New Street Square. British law firm Mishcon De Reya (part of the ‘silver circle’ of law firms) is based on Kingsway, near Holborn. Saatchi & Saatchi moved from Charlotte Street (where they’d been for 40 years) to Chancery Lane in 2017.
Holborn Dining Room – Refuel
Holborn Dining Room – elegant, yet informal dining
Holborn Dining Room – catch up on news over a G&T
Close to London’s west end
Celebrate a deal in the Cora Pearl
St Andrews Garden – find some headspace
St. Andrew makes a good lunchtime sanctuary
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Want to see what the wider neighborhood has to offer? Why not read our guides for the nearby areas.