Grind to Open in Greenwich.

Cult London coffee and restaurant brand Grind is set to open it’s largest ever site - Greenwich Grind, a new south-east London flagship. Launching in late 2018 at 17-19 Nelson Road, Grind will be taking its inimitable mix of music, design, coffee, food and cocktails outside of London’s Zone 1 for the first time.

Grind to Open in Greenwich.

Cult London coffee and restaurant brand Grind is set to open it’s largest ever site - Greenwich Grind, a new south-east London flagship. Launching in late 2018 at 17-19 Nelson Road, Grind will be taking its inimitable mix of music, design, coffee, food and cocktails outside of London’s Zone 1 for the first time.

Over six-thousand square feet in size, the biggest Grind to date will feature a cocktail bar and lounge to the front of the listed building, alongside a dedicated, grab-and-go café for takeaway coffee and food. To the rear will be the main event - a 160 cover indoor-outdoor dining room and garden set in the rear conservatory, flooded with natural light and already being transformed into a greenhouse-like oasis of tropical plants.

Already taking shape in the vaulted atrium previously occupied by Jamie’s Italian, Greenwich Grind promises to be not just the new kid on the block, but a significant arrival to the neighbourhood - as a discerning, all-day, every-day destination for the people of Greenwich and the surrounding area. Like the other Grind restaurants in London Bridge, Exmouth Market and Clerkenwell - Greenwich Grind will open day and night, seven days per week, serving coffee from the Grind roastery in Shoreditch, and a classic, seasonal cocktail list headed up, of course, by the infamous Grind Espresso Martini.

For breakfast and brunch, Grind will serve favourites like it’s sweet potato harissa cakes and smashed avocado on toast, complimented by bottomless prosecco on the weekend. Once evening arrives, a casual menu of dishes such as the Grind cheeseburger and flat-iron steak is joined by sharing plates, including chorizo and smoked cheese croquettes and burrata bruschetta.

For the interior, Grind will continue their partnership with Melbourne-based architects Biasol following a slew of international awards for Clerkenwell Grind in 2017, including Best Restaurant at the Restaurant and Bar Design Awards.

Grind Founder & CEO David Abrahamovitch added - “We’ve never taken a project of the scale of Greenwich Grind, and we couldn’t be more excited to share everything we’ve been working on with the people of Greenwich. From our very first visit, we all fell in love with this incredible space in this beautiful neighbourhood - and we’re thrilled to become a part of it.”


About Grind.

Grind currently operates high-street restaurants in Shoreditch, London Bridge, Exmouth Market and Clerkenwell, cafe-bars in Soho and Royal Exchange, as well as its coffee roastery in Shoreditch and an international-grade recording studio. In addition, the brand also operates in-office locations in partnership with Derwent London PLC in Whitechapel and Hatton Garden, and also operates a Grind inside the Facebook London HQ. Grind will be launching the first of several planned travel location in the new London Bridge Station this October, in partnership with travel franchise partners SSP.

Headquarter in Shoreditch, the brand, established in 2011 now employs over 200 people. Grind raised over £2m in under a week at the end of 2017, in a record-breaking crowdfunding round. Greenwich Grind, by far the groups largest restaurant to date, marks one of a number of key announcements anticipated for the next twelve months.

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