New York City is one of the world’s top dining destinations, with restaurants offering cuisine from across the globe in both modern and classic environments. Thanks to KettleSpace, you can now access some of these top restaurants in the city for coworking, taking advantage of the stellar menus and beautiful ambience. With affordable prices, free coffee and tea, and lunch specials for members, KettleSpace is a great option for freelance workers and business lunches, all while enjoying some of New York’s hottest restaurants. Here are three spaces in their coworking network that you should check out.
At night, Hotel Chantelle is one of the trendiest spots for cocktails and dancing, boasting three floors of retro-inspired space. There is also a solid breakfast and brunch menu, featuring classics like eggs benedict and innovative dishes like breakfast pizza and chicken and waffles. KettleSpace members do not need a reservation to take advantage of Hotel Chantelle though. Instead, you can drop in for coworking outdoors on their beautiful patio space or at one of the cozy indoor booths or tables. This space is a perfect option for affordable coworking in the Lower East Side, offering ample power outlets, free coffee and tea, and great seating arrangements that accommodate individuals and teams alike.
Upper West Side coworking is available at The Ribbon, a polished American restaurant with French influences. The team behind The Ribbon has more than 25 years of experience in the restaurant industry, showcased in the form of both classic and modern dishes. The classic ambience of The Ribbon makes it a great option for wooing a client during a business meeting, made easy with KettleSpace’s lunch specials at the location. Even if you do not need a great space for a business lunch, freelancers should check out this inexpensive coworking space for meeting clients or when they need a quiet alternative to working from a coffee shop.
You’ve probably seen photos of Williamsburg’s Diviera Drive on Instagram. It’s full of light, plants and exposed brick, perfect for a day of work or a casual working lunch. The special members-only lunch menu features salads and sandwiches, but you can also order from Diviera Drive’s full menu and bar during a day of work in Brooklyn. In addition to the main working space, Diviera Drive also has a private back room that is also open for KettleSpace members seeking a slightly quieter space, depending on availability. Freelancers and remote workers looking for coworking options in Brooklyn have many choices, but few are as affordable as KettleSpace.
The Cannibal Liquor House
Working lunches are great, but so is treating a client to a cocktail at one of Nomad’s top spots for drinks and elevated bar food. Open for KettleSpace members until 6:00 pm, you can arrive in the afternoon for happy hour and order from the long drink list or food menu. The space itself is comfortable and bright with an industrial flare. In addition to table space, there is also a bar with power outlets available that you can use as a great makeshift standing desk.
Breakfast, lunch and happy hour are all possible at the long list of restaurants in the KettleSpace coworking network. For a full list of locations open for KettleSpace coworking, visit kettlespace.com/locations.