London is full of quirky classes and workshops these days, and coffee masterclasses are becoming more and more popular. If you are looking at hosting a coffee masterclass in London, you will want a venue to make the event stand out from the rest. Luckily for you, we’ve done all the hard work and put together just a few of our favourite venues that would be ideal for just that. Get ready to become a master of the coffee machine and the latte leaf, ladies and gents!
Capacity: 30 standing, 80 seated
Check it out here: Senor Ceviche Charlotte Street
For a cool and classy feel to your coffee class in London, Senor Ceviche has a couple of venues that are ideal. We’re especially looking at Senor Ceviche Charlotte Street, but that’s not to say its Carnaby venue doesn’t meet that high level of style. Slightly larger, Senor Ceviche on Charlotte Street is found in the heart of London’s Fitzrovia, with multiple areas available to hire including an upper level mezzanine.
Capacity: 150 standing, 60 seated
Check it out here: Black Sheep Leadenhall
Located on the ground-floor of the Leadenhall Building, this City venue is a coffee shop by day and afterwork bar by night. Black Sheep is undoubtedly a unique and flexible venue, perfect for hosting a coffee masterclass for hipsters and coffee-lovers alike. With a grungy and industrial feel to it, the venue is a great space for a more relaxed event that work with its trendy vibes.
Location: Canary Wharf
Capacity: 200 standing, 90 seated
Check it out here: Breakfast Club Canary Wharf
Well known for being kooky and quirky, The Breakfast Club has a whole range of venues that would really suit a coffee masterclass with a bit of an edge. This is the Breakfast Club in Canary Wharf, a retro working men’s club and the famous Wigan Casino. With a 200 people capacity, it’s got a lot of space to play around with. And it’s got a giant custom-built disco ball as you go in – what more could you want?
Location: Smithfield Market
Capacity: 50 standing, 30 seated
Check it out here: Enoteca Rabezzana
Enoteca Rabezzana’s interior decor is absolutely to-die-for, from its open plan windows to its floor to ceiling patterned tiles; you won’t find many venues in London quite like it. This open space is ideal for relaxed events, just like a private party or coffee workshop. It’s large enough to host such an activity, yet small enough to be able to follow someone’s lead. You’ll be a top notch barista before you know it.
Location: Bethnal Green
Capacity: 160 standing, 50 seated
Check it out here: Folklore
If you are looking for a really laidback feel to your coffee masterclass or coffee workshop, the gorgeous space at Folklore could be the place to host it. Often used to showcase arts, music and other performances, this boho Bethnal Green venue is a trendy bar and events space, complete with exposed brick and wooden interior – perhaps unsurprising for a venue in the hustle and bustle of Shoreditch and Hoxton.
Capacity: 300 standing
Check it out here: Heist Bank
Available for all sorts of events, Heist Bank has various rooms up for grabs – even a private Games Room which can host up to 60 standing, and it has its own self-serve bar which you can fill with all your favourite drinks. For those of you that aren’t feeling the Nintendo, there are number of other spaces available too. It can fit up to 350 people throughout the venue, and is particularly popular with smaller groups looking for a relaxed environment to enjoy themselves in.
Capacity: 350 standing, 50 seated
Check it out here: Uncommon
Uncommon is an events space that can be, and has been used, for lots of events. Launch parties, corporate events, talks, workshops – you name it. It’s known as a co-working space but it’s a lot more flexible than that. Uncommon prides itself on its creative yet calm environment, ideal for a cool coffee masterclass or workshop. They have their own coffee lounge too, so it’s fair to say they know their coffee.
Location: Oxford Circus
Capacity: 180 standing, 40 seated
Check it out here: Zima
Zima is a Russian Street Food and Bar that you’ll find in the heart of Soho. It’s an interesting little place, ideal for a party planner or events organiser that wants something a little bit different from their venue. Or perhaps someone that doesn’t want to worry too much about the decor. Zima is fitted from head to toe with cool and quirky interior features, which will undoubtedly make your coffee workshop stand out from the rest that London has to offer.