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Regent Street Coffee Break

If the dark days of winter are taking their toll on your mornings (who likes getting up in the dark?), it may be worth popping to Regent Street for a much-needed caffeine fix. A mood booster and energy enhancer, a good coffee can make all the difference to your day. Be it an express serving of the good stuff before hitting your desk at 9am, a mid-morning coffee break with colleagues or an afternoon catch up with friends, Regent Street has just the right tonic to kick start your day.
 

If it's a quick pit-stop that you need to make for that essential caffeine boost in the mornings, then Regent Street has a number of options. From Joe & the Juice (you can swap your caffeine fix for a nutrient dense smoothie here, if you're that way inclined) to Illy for a traditional, Italian hit, La Bottega Del Caffé, Whole Foods Market, Rapha on Brewer street and real experts in coffee, Tonic Coffee Bar, on Sherwood Street. Tonic is a part of the Coffeesmiths Collective, offering an ever-changing and diverse range of coffees from all the world’s coffee growing regions. It's the spot to hit up if you fancy yourself a coffee connoisseur.

Take a breather and relax with coffee and a cake - it's the small things in life that make all the difference. The Café at Café Royal is a lovely little spot to sit and watch the world go by on Regent Street. Be it a break from work with a newspaper or a much needed catch up with friends, you'll certainly enjoy your coffee (and serving of something sweet) here. The decor is decadent and yet the atmosphere is insouciant, welcoming and vibrant.

Alternatively head to Heddon Street and into Tibits. The decor is brilliantly bright and the offering of healthy, mood-boosting treats to accompany your coffee will certainly bring a smile to your face. This is a place to come to with friends, offering a range of delicious herbal teas and power-juices for those that steer clear of the brown stuff.
 

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Two Underground stations provide easy access:
Oxford Circus (Northern end of Regent Street): Central, Bakerloo and Victoria lines
Piccadilly Circus (Southern end of Regent Street): Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines


Regent Street bus routes are: C2, 3, 6, 12, 13, 15, 23, 88, 94, 139, 159, 453*
*Those in bold provide a 24 hour service.