We’ve been lucky enough to be featured in newspapers, magazines far and wide. From Metro, The Stylist, The Guardian, Marie-Claire and Elle.

Here are some of our favourites

  • Long gone are the days of boring corporate events, Drink, Shop & Do is the perfect private party venue where you and your colleagues can get crafty over cocktails. HeadBox

  • The space itself is a whirlwind of arts-and-crafts colour and flair, speckled with homemade cakes and terracotta trinkets. Hire Space Review

  • If, like many millennials, your hobbies consist of - and are limited to - Netflix, browsing the internet and ordering food on your phone, we’ve got good news for you: Drink, Shop, Do is a hipster café/bar in King’s Cross that’s inspiring generation avocado to pick up a hobby! From book binding and modern calligraphy, to the more unusual spaghetti sculpting, pineapple pimping and Lego construction - you’re guaranteed to find something you love doing at Drink, Shop, Do. - Portico Places

  • Honestly, we don’t even know where to start with this place because we’ve actually managed to find a venue that has it all. Quirky coffee shop? Check. Cocktail bar? Check. Craft workshops? Check. Beyoncé themed dance classes? Check! Drink, Shop & Do is the North London venue with a difference, that fills almost every niche there is. - Secret London

  • Host to some of the most raucous Friday and Saturday nights you'll find in N1 - Keatons

  • It isn’t just Kate Moss who’s in the knitting circle, Londoners are swept up in a DIY craze. You can pick up a vintage tea-set or buy retro furniture at this design shop and cafe before settling in to play-with-clay or take a knitting lesson.New York Times Magazine

  • Where in London, or the world in fact, can you eat a tea cup full of sherbet, while drinking tea with a beer on the side, sitting on vintage or modern designed furniture (that you can buy), simultaneously competing in a colouring in contest, listening to the best Eighties music? One place - Drink, Shop and Do in North London. From afternoon teas to drinking and dancing until 2am while eating pic 'n' mix - it has it all. - David Gandy, Vogue

  • The philosophy here is simple; you can sit and chat upstairs until late, or you can go downstairs and dance to one of many infectious DJs that take over the basement at the weekend. During the week, the space also hosts small gigs, workshops and theme evenings -Louis Vuitton London City Guide

Design My Night ‘Best Bar’ in King's Cross Award 2016/17

A true "Maker's Mecca"


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