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The Gherkin or 30 St Mary Axe
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
30 St Mary Axe, City, London EC3V | 1 minute from Eat Cafe
Designed by Norman Foster and affectionately, and understandably, dubbed "The Gherkin" thanks to its unique bullet-shape tower, 30 St Mary Axe stands out as one... More
 
 
 
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Heron Tower
London > Attractions > Sights
110 Bishopsgate, City, London EC2N | 1 minute from Eat Cafe
When it was completed in March 2011 Heron Tower was the tallest building in the City of London, a title soon snatched from it by... More
 
 
 
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Tower 42 - formerly NatWest Tower
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Tower 42, 25 Old Broad Street, City, London EC2N | 3 minutes walk from Eat Cafe
At 601 feet, Tower 42 was the first skyscraper in the City of London when it was officially opened in June 1981 by Her... More
 
 
 
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Lloyd's of London
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
12 Leadenhall Street, City, London EC3V | 3 minutes walk from Eat Cafe
The landmark Lloyd's building, at 1 Lime Street, is arguably one of the most iconic buildings in The City. Designed by architect Richard Rogers, it... More
 
 
 
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Electric Blue Gallery
London > Attractions > Art Galleries
64 Middlesex Street, Spitalfields, London E1 | 4 minutes walk from Eat Cafe
The Electric Blue Gallery gallery, co-owned by Jessica Tibbles and Olivier Bernay, opened in January 2009. By February, Wallpaper* magazine was calling the launch "a... More
 
 
 
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Raven Row
London > Attractions > Art Galleries
56 Artillery Lane, Spitalfields, London E1 | 5 minutes walk from Eat Cafe
Raven Row, a non-profit contemporary art centre in Spitalfields, not far from the Market, opened to the public on 28th February 2009. The name -... More
 
 
 
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Walkie Talkie / 20 Fenchurch Street
London > Attractions > Sights
20 Fenchurch Street, City, London EC3M | 5 minutes walk from Eat Cafe
Designed by world-renowned architect Rafael Vinoly, 20 Fenchurch Street, nicknamed the 'Walkie Talkie' made headlines before it even opened when it 'melted' cars... More
 
 
 
St Helen's Church, Bishopsgate
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Great St Helen's, City, London EC3A | At Eat Cafe
St Helen's is a 13th century twin-nave church which has been fully restored after damage caused by 1992 and 1993 bomb attacks in the City.... More
 
 
 
Bevis Marks Synagogue
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Bevis Marks, City, London EC3A | 2 minutes walk from Eat Cafe
Bevis Marks Synagogue was opened in 1701 and is the oldest synagogue in use on British soil. Incorporating in the roof a beam from a... More
 
 
 
St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate
London > Attractions > Other Attractions
Bishopsgate, City, London EC2M | 2 minutes walk from Eat Cafe
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Devonshire Square
London > Attractions
Devonshire Square, City, London EC2M | 3 minutes walk from Eat Cafe
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St Katharine Cree Church
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
86 Leadenhall Street, City, London EC3A | 3 minutes walk from Eat Cafe
A 17th century Laudian church with a unique mixture of Classic and Gothic architecture. The glass in the East Window is in the shape of... More
 
 
 
Wallspace At All Hallows On The Wall
London > Attractions > Art Galleries
83 London Wall, City, London EC2M | 3 minutes walk from Eat Cafe
Wallspace officially launched in December 2006 at All Hallows on the Wall to give contemporary art works a spiritual context in which to be seen.... More
 
 
 
St Peter upon Cornhill
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Cornhill, City, London EC3V | 4 minutes walk from Eat Cafe
Restored Wren church from 1680 situated on, reputedly, the oldest church site in the City of London (AD2). The building is now used for the... More
 
 
 
St-Botolph-Without-Aldgate
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Aldgate High Street, City, London EC3N | 4 minutes walk from Eat Cafe
A 250 year-old church standing on an ancient site and built by George Dance the Elder, who also built the Mansion House. The church is... More
 
 
 
The Parish Church Of St Michael's Cornhill
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
St Michael's Alley, City, London EC3V | 5 minutes walk from Eat Cafe
This Sir Christopher Wren church was built in 1672, and has a tower by Nicholas Hawksmoor (1722). The church was later restored by Sir George... More
 
 
 
Stock Exchange
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Old Broad Street, City, London EC2N | 5 minutes walk from Eat Cafe
The London Stock Exchange, one of the oldest stock exchanges in the world with a history dating back more than 300 years, is at the... More
 
 
 
St Olave's Church
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
8 Hart Street, City, London EC3R | 6 minutes walk from Eat Cafe
St Olave's Church dates from 1056 and is the burial place of Samuel Pepys. This is the parish church of Trinity House with many interesting... More
 
 
 
St Margaret Pattens
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Rood Lane, Eastcheap, City, London EC3M | 6 minutes walk from Eat Cafe
This Wren church was built in 1688. It contains canopied churchwarden's boxes, choir-stalls, a pulpit, lectern, sword rests, pictures, a Della Robbia plaque and a... More
 
 
 
St Mary Woolnoth Church
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Lombard Street, City, London EC3V | 7 minutes walk from Eat Cafe
One of six Hawksmoor churches, this is the only one in the City of London. A robust Baroque facade and superbly treated North Wall with... More
 
 
 
 
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Pino Pascali
Exhibitions | Until 31st December 2016 

Tate Modern 21 minutes walk from Eat Cafe

Mark Godfrey curates an exhibition of works by one of the most important 1960s Italian artists, who favoured using steel ...More

Charlotte Posenenske And Ursula Schulz-Dornburg
Exhibitions | Until 31st December 2016 

Tate Modern 21 minutes walk from Eat Cafe

Works by the German artists, which explore the intersection between architecture, mass-produced objects and found sculptural forms....More

Ellsworth Kelly
Exhibitions | Until 31st December 2016 

Tate Modern 21 minutes walk from Eat Cafe

Retrospective exhibition to mark the abstract artist's 90th birthday, curated by Ann Coxon....More

Minimalism
Exhibitions | Until 31st December 2016 

Tate Modern 21 minutes walk from Eat Cafe

An art exhibition curated by Helen Sainsbury, exploring the development of an aesthetic sensibility characterised by austerity and restraint....More

Beyond Painting
Exhibitions | Until 31st December 2016 

Tate Modern 21 minutes walk from Eat Cafe

Works exploring the constituent elements of putting paint on canvas and the nature of a painting as an object in ...More

Cy Twombly
Exhibitions | Until 31st December 2016 

Tate Modern 21 minutes walk from Eat Cafe

Paintings and sculptures evoking the ancient world, with which the distinctive American artist was fascinated. Curated by Nicholas Serota and ...More

Constructionism
Exhibitions | Until 31st December 2016 

Tate Modern 21 minutes walk from Eat Cafe

An art exhibition curated by Tanya Barson and Matthew Gale, focusing on mid-20th century artists whose work explored geometric structures, ...More

Magdalena Abakanowicz
Exhibitions | Until 31st December 2016 

Tate Modern 21 minutes walk from Eat Cafe

Soft sculptures reflecting an interest in biological systems, organic matter and regeneration, topics the artist has discussed with scientists in ...More

Sheela Gowda
Exhibitions | Until 31st December 2016 

Tate Modern 21 minutes walk from Eat Cafe

Works including the large-scale installation Behold, which consists of two contrasting materials, steel car bumpers and knotted human hair....More

Everyday Alchemy: Contemporary Sculpture
Exhibitions | Until 31st December 2016 

Tate Modern 21 minutes walk from Eat Cafe

Sculptures which use commonplace objects to explore notions of value. Featured artists include Subodh Gupta, Haris Epaminonda, Rachel Harrison and ...More

 
 
 
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