In case you’re looking for a laptop-friendly place in Finsbury Park where you can have a perfect Flat White and stable Wi-Fi, then Fine and Grosso Cafe is the one.
And you’ll see a sample of ESB flooring work as well. *wink
This is a beautiful and unique place near Arsenal Stadium. It has a young vibe, sweet Jazz and Soul ambience, and lots of sitting and working places.
It is destined for people who want to relax and work with a latte and a fresh almond croissant on their table. The laptop-friendly sitting area is equipped with plenty of outlets and a stable Wi-Fi connection.
Moreover, there is plenty of space for clients’ bicycles or electric scooters. The dark brown laminate flooring is robust and resistant.
So, you can come to have your breakie and stay for work. However, you need to e-mail your day pass for a fully remote work session.
But we think you will love the industrial style walls and robust laminate flooring with a brushed dark brown look. The big windows let in plenty of light, and the warm vibe inside will put you in a relaxed mood. The place is neat and friendly, the perfect spot for coffee and work.
The Finsbury Park Cafe Fine and Grosso, located at 187 Seven Sisters Rd, Finsbury Park, London N4 3NG, offers an innovative co-working experience. So, if you’re on the lookout for an office alternative, this is the place. Moreover, you’ve got some of the best flat white in the area, just one order away. In addition to that, the delicious crispy pita will go perfectly with e-mails. You’ll see.
As for our ESB flooring project, what we’ve done is install a robust laminate floor. Therefore, it is suitable for commercial and high footfall areas. A brushed dark brown complete the all-natural vibe of the place.
The board sizes are very unique for laminate. What we mean is that they do not look like a traditional DIY laminate. But you’ve probably already spotted that.
The boards are extra wide and long, with 240mm in width and 2200mm in length. The product is made of a special HDF (High-Density Fibreboard).
So, HDF is manufactured from compressed wood fibres and is more water-resistant than MDF. In fact, it is denser, and that makes it stronger and much more durable.
Moreover, the flooring has a unique clicky system that holds them in place, providing a solid surface. This is a very sustainable and exceptional flooring solution that will last for a long time.
Nowe, what would you like from our favourite Finsbury Park Cafe? We recommend the Flat White and Pita!