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Refuel at one of these leading bars, cafes and restaurants offering special discounts or freebies during the festival. Head to the CDW web link listed below for more top local food spots taking part, including Bistrot Bruno Loubet, Vinoteca, Gaucho, The Fable and Kurtz & Lang...

Refuel at one of these leading bars, cafes and restaurants offering special discounts or freebies during the festival. Head to the CDW web link listed below for more top local food spots taking part, including Bistrot Bruno Loubet, Vinoteca, Gaucho, The Fable and Kurtz & Lang...

Strip bar & Steak
This recent addition to the Clerkenwell dining scene is bringing a touch of Manhattan glamour to Charterhouse Square. Tucked inside the Malmaison Hotel, Stripbar & Steak specialises in New York Strip steak, made with prime USDA beef, along with an extensive wine and cocktail list.
* During CDW, all lanyard wearers will be able to enjoy 25 per cent off their food bill at Stripbar & Steak.

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.IT Wine Bar & Cafe
Italophiles should make a beeline for .IT All About Design. The Rosebery Avenue showroom features over 20 different Italian furniture and design brands, and is also home to a stylish wine bar and cafe. Here, you can try some of Italy's best wines on the seasonally changing list, and enjoy them with the best Italian salamis and cheeses.

*.IT Wine Bar & Café will be offering all CDW lanyard wearers a 10 per cent discount during the festival.

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Look Mum No Hands!
Get your CDW caffeine fix at Look Mum No Hands. The much-loved Old Street café doubles as a bike workshop and also screens major cycling events. The coffee comes from Square Mile and the cakes are nigh on irresistible – we're partial to a slice of the banana, chocolate and walnut cake.

*Look Mum No Hands! is offering CDW lanyard wearers a free coffee with every cake during the festival.

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Zetter Townhouse
The bar at the Zetter Townhouse has won a cabinet's worth of awards. This plush cocktail spot boasts a drinks list created by leading mixologist Tony Conigliaro. Nibble on Parmesan shortbreads and other dishes created by Bruno Loubet while you sup on Tony's award-winning concoctions like the Nettle Gimlet.

*All CDW lanyard wearers who dine at the Zetter Townhouse between 12pm- 3pm during the festival will receive a complimentary Nettle Gimlet, or non-alcoholic Nettle Fizz.

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The Clerkenwell Kitchen

In-the-know locals hang out at The Clerkenwell Kitchen. Hidden down Clerkenwell Close, the laid-back restaurant and café specialises in simple and seasonal food, and works closely with its suppliers. Everything from the bread to the delicious lemonade is made in-house.

*The Clerkenwell Kitchen is offering CDW lanyard wearers a free glass of wine with any meal over £8 during the festival.

For up-to-the-minute info on restaurants and bars taking part in Clerkenwell Design Week, keep checking www.clerkenwelldesignweek.com/

 

 

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