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Heist Bank H 12 GS Magazine


eist Bank is a reinvention of an unused commercial space in Paddington. Te space has been converted into a busy, quirky, light- industrial restaurant and bar with a pizza oven and pool table space. Te design by Woolf


Interiors is focused around an easy contemporary ‘common room’ feel with three bars, multiple eating and drinking spaces and a private hangout. According to the Press Release Heist Bank specialises in ‘wood-fired pizza, beer and fresh flowers’! Te 5,300 square foot site also features an outside seating space for 50. Inside the interior has a cool communal feel, with long bench seating, comfortable sofas and a specially commissioned pool table custom built by award winning artist-designer Cléon Daniel. A double height installation from Graffiti Artist Pure Evil (see feature on Twr y Felin on page 24) is a focal feature across the venue’s two floors and a private party room in the basement, which caters for up to 45 guests, provides karaoke, old Nintendos and self-service beer kegs. Heist Bank is the newest venture by ULG, a young and dynamic company with a growing collection of restaurants and bars dotted around North, Central and West London, whose most recent opening was Coin Laundry on Exmouth Market. A bright and airy one stop location, Heist bank is a destination for languid weekend brunches, business coffees, take-away lunches, after-work drinks or full-blown celebrations, aimed squarely at those with a sense of fun or those who love flowers. Heist Bank, 5 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2. www.heistbank.com


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