Look mum no hands! London Southbank – August 2016
Founded in 2010 Look mum no hands! remains a trailblazer combining a café, a bicycle workshop, a bar, and exhibition space and was one of the very first London Cycle Cafes. Their summer newspaper states that they’re bananas about three things: bikes, coffee and beer! So a visit to one of their now three London venues is bound to be an exciting experience! Even better, bring your bike along, get it checked over whilst you enjoy a coffee!
Pay them a visit and you’ll find that a true passion for quality and friendly service guides all elements of their business. Baristas, mechanics and chefs will take care of almost any need. Coffee comes from local roasters Square Mile, cakes from nearby bakeries, freshly prepared food everyday serves breakfast, lunch and dinner from 7:30am – 9pm. Wash it all down with craft beer from specialist London breweries and beyond.
Look mum no hands! Co-founder and Master of Spanners, Sam got in touch with Aqualite back in May and they had their 65” Aqualite screen delivered and up and running by June.
“The screen has been specially positioned in an outdoor theatre with tables and seating for over 70 people. When the sun’s out, it gets very busy!”
Their new pop-up location, along the Southbank of the Thames (under Hungerford Bridge) opened in July and runs through to September. Here you’ll find the very best of LMNH hospitality, serving good coffee, craft beer and fresh food around the clock – as well as the screening of live sports events, including the 2016 Rio Olympics.
A packed programme of exhibitions, film screenings, live cyclesport and even cycle speed dating ensure that LMNH is always buzzing with all the different elements of London’s cycle culture!