In the 1800’s Fetter Lane, a subsidiary of the infamous Fleet Street, bubbled week in week out with the fervent hustle and bustle of publishers working to make their print deadlines by the end of the day. Three centuries on, it’s just as buzzy as ever, though you will find there is a decided lack of Dickensian workwear and more legal boffins trawling the nearby Royal Courts of Justice.
With its long grass roof and luscious, leafy tendrils suspended from the ceiling, The Watch House Fetter Lane is designed as a little caffeine fuelled oasis for city workers– however short or long your break may be. We may not be so into printing but pressing is right up our alley.
Whether you’re looking for a spot to have a work meeting or you just need to grab some fuel and go, swing by and take a moment to let your most important decision be what kind of espresso drink you would like. No time during the day? Fear not we are also open in the evenings serving a vibrant selection of small plates to share (or consume to yourself) and an abundance of fine wine and cocktails perfect for starting the weekend or send off a particularly unpleasant Monday.