If you’ve had enough of working from home but you want to avoid stuffy offices and shelling out big bucks for a membership at a shared workspace, then get yourself down to FAIM. The new hybrid co-working and social venue in Euston boasts a central location, a creative space to work and somewhere you’d actually want to hangout after a hard day’s grind.

With a mix of desks and private meeting rooms available to book, FAIM is perfectly set-up for freelancers and small companies to work from – you’ve got all the essentials you need to get your job done and the contemporary design of the space makes it feel relaxed and comfortable. A hot-desking spot comes with use of sockets, reliable wi-fi, table service, unlimited tea and filter coffee, a pastry for breakfast and a large plate for lunch, and will set you back just £15.

If you’re in need of a power breakfast or working lunch, the FAIM cafe has you covered with everything from shakshuka and pancakes to Moroccan-spiced aubergine with baby gem to stone-baked sourdough pizzas on the menu. Once it’s 5pm and the laptop gets closed, you can hit the bar and toast to the end of the working day with a craft beer, cocktail or glass of wine. 

You can get a little taster of what FAIM life is like by heading to their launch party on 17th November, where you’ll be able to try the new food menu, sample the cocktails and local craft beers, and check out the space, soundtracked by live piano and DJ sets. 

26 Tolmers Square, Euston, London NW1 2PE