With working from home (WFH) becoming the new normal, many of us are becoming increasingly tired of staring at the same four walls, so Young’s has launched Work From Pub (WFP) packages, for freelancers and home-workers alike.
Running throughout the week, each participating Young’s pub is fully equipped with free WiFi, charging points, quiet spaces and, most importantly, unlimited tea and coffee, seasonal breakfasts, brunches and lunches.
Available across all four points of London and beyond, a spot can be booked in advance. Locations and packages include:
The Kings Head (Winchmore Hill)
Standing proud overlooking Winchmore Hill in North London, the Kings Head are keeping everyone motivated with their work from pub offer. At £20, not only will workers be treated to a choice of lunch from the sandwich menu and bottomless tea and coffee, but once the day is done, there will be a pint or glass of wine waiting to sit back and unwind.
The Lion and Unicorn (Kentish Town)
Located off Kentish High Street, escape from the office and take a seat at The Lion and Unicorn’s co-working space. From £15, enjoy a dish from their brunch or lunch menu, plus unlimited coffee and tea throughout the day.
Guard House (Woolwich)
Located in the central hub of Royal Arsenal, those based South East can sit back in the stunning surrounds of The Guard House. Launching on Monday 19th October from 10am-5pm, guests will be welcomed with bottomless coffee, tea and soft drinks, plus a lunch dish from the menu for the set price of £15.
Dog & Fox (Wimbledon)
The newly refurbished Dog & Fox offers a work-from-pub package in its beautiful Coach House. Available Monday-Friday from 7am-4pm at £15, early risers are welcome to set up their ‘home’ office for breakfast along with unlimited tea and coffee, while if arriving from 11am, there will also be a choice of brunch or sandwiches. The Dog & Fox is also equipped to host small business meetings away from the bustle of the main restaurant.
Duke on the Green (Parsons Green)
Soon to reopen after a stunning refurbishment, the Duke on the Green will be open all-day for freelancers and workers, where for £12 guests can have their own pub desk space, with charging points, WiFi, bottomless tea and coffee plus a choice of brunch or lunch dish.
Waterside (Imperial Wharf)
Work with a riverside view at the Waterside Imperial Wharf with a delicious brunch dish such as Avocado and Eggs or the Waterside Fry, plus bottomless teas and coffees for £15.
Elgin (Notting Hill)
Beat the WFH boredom at local hub The Elgin, where, for £14, guests will be kept topped up with tea, coffee and soft drinks, along with a dish from the light lunches. Available Monday to Friday from 10am-4pm.
The Hammersmith Ram (Hammersmith)
Swap the desk chair for one of the comfy seats at The Ram in the heart of Hammersmith. With free WiFi, unlimited hot drinks and a choice of lunch off the menu for £10.50, it is the ideal location for the new home office.
Old Manor (Potters Bar)
A community hub, work in the warm and rustic surrounds of the Old Manor, located just off the high street. Available Monday to Friday from 10am-5pm, guests can book a table up to 4 hours to work from, while enjoying a sandwich or light bite with unlimited tea and coffee for £10.
Red Barn (Blindley Heath, Lingfield)
Trading the desk to the backdrop of rolling fields at the Red Barn. Throughout the week, tables can be booked for three hours, with unlimited hot drinks and a lunchtime sandwich, all for £10.
For more details on other participating pubs and packages: www.youngs.co.uk/our-pubs and see the ‘What’s On’ for WFP offers.