Florist Cafes Are A Thing And Officially Our New Favourite Place To Hang Out

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  • Love food? Check. Love flowers? Check. Roll up your sleeves and get involved; floristry cafes are a thing…

    The one where all the hipsters will hang


    Eat 17, Hackney
    The ultimate retail and foodie pit stop for East Londoners, this quirky concept store hosts Broadway Market’s acclaimed florist Rebel Rebel, a posh SPAR convenient shop (yes, really)… and a burger bar. Obvs.

    That one that’s like a secret garden
    The Green Room Café & Flowers, Stoke Newington
    The front half of The Green Room Café is home to Flowers N16 – known for its beautiful variety of handpicked seasonal and exotic flowers. And after you’ve chosen the perfect bouquet? Sit back and relax in the garden area with a tea and pastry.

    The one for a cake break
    The Wildflower Café, Notting Hill
    With its very own in-house florist, no wonder this super-cute seasonal café puts on the best private flower arranging parties (for groups of 6-8). Not to mention the coffee and cakes…

    The one with the best name

    The Petal Pusher, Richmond
    Shabby chic interiors, walls adorned with local art; this is one cosy spot for an afternoon learning the ins and out of floristry. With a bit of help from cheese and wine, natch.
    The one that’s too cool for school 
    Kiki and Cole Café, West Sussex
    This vintage style gem is a full-blown Flower School providing workshops on everything from wedding flowers on a budget to making the most out of your supermarket bought bunch. 

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