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Top 3 Cosy Coffee Shops to Work From in Birmingham City Centre

Birmingham coffee shops to work from

Top 3 Cosy Coffee Shops to Work From in Birmingham City Centre

Birmingham is full of great places to work from, including plenty of quirky places to sit. With winter drawing in, you may want a cosy coffee shop to sit and write emails, have meetings, or just enjoy a warming drink. Here are our top three Cosy Coffee Shops…  

‘Home is Where…’

This little coffee shop could easily be missed in the bustle of Birmingham City Centre, but it is such a great find. Home is Where… is located within the Colmore Business District, and makes for a perfect place to work from. It has a quirky interior, with a large blackboard covering the walls listing their menu. Don’t be fooled though, this isn’t just a normal coffee shop. They offer everything from cocktails to warm lunches, and if you fancy a cooked breakfast or bit of cake to help your creative juices flow whilst working, this is just the place.

Coffee #1

Although this is a chain coffee shop, it is cosy nonetheless. Coffee #1 has wooden interior and cosy sofas, which mean that you can work in comfort, all whilst drinking a freshly ground coffee. Located just off Colmore Business District, this is the perfect place to work from or reply to some emails before a meeting. Also, the pastries smell amazing, so if you can resist them then you’re a stronger man than I.

Damascena

This is a Syrian cafe that is heavily inspired by the Middle East, with incredible decor that is comfortable and relaxing. Damascena also offers an extensive menu of Eastern inspired dishes, from light bites to lunches – perfect to assist all of your working needs.

 

Being located in Birmingham City Centre means that we are surrounded by great coffee shops, lunch stops and restaurant spots. We will take you along to the places we try, as well as handy reviews and Birmingham ideas.

 

Rebecca is a Digital Marketing Coordinator at Siren Search.

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