The most historic and well known financial district in the world is a great address for your business.
|Location||Good Runner||Per Executive Saloon||Supercar|
|EC2 – Liverpool Street||£37.50 - £45||£45 - £55||£55 - £70|
|EC3 – Lloyds||£29 - £37.50||£37.50 - £50||£50 - £60|
|EC4 – St Pauls/Bank||£32.50 - £40||£40 - £50||£50 - £65|
The Square Mile is focused around the Bank of England and Bank underground station. The area is steeped in history and is known throughout the world as a key financial district.
A ‘suited and booted crowd’ pound the streets at lunchtime hunting for a quick grab and go lunch. The office stock is made up of tall skyscraper buildings such as The Walkie Talkie and Cheesegrater, together with glass fronted corporate style buildings suitable for the major blue-chip banking and financial focused companies who tend to base themselves in this area.
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Due to the volume of people working in the Square Mile, the leisure and retail offering is growing and improving considerably. The recent opening of The Ned (an old banking hall turned into a hotel, 9 restaurants and a Members Club) has highlighted the demand for more leisure and retail in the area.
If a team lunch is on the cards, then we would recommend heading to L’Entrecote on Old Broad Street for some simple and straightforward steak or the Caravan restaurant in the new Bloomberg development on Cannon Street is well worth a visit.
If your staff are more of a healthy bunch, then there are a number of gyms in the Square Mile including 1 rebel, Virgin Active or Gymbox.
Our hidden secret… Porterford Butchers on Bow Lane. Some of the best meat in the City and a good selection of cooked meats for that lunchtime protein fix.