What better than to celebrate autumn and the festive season of our 15th year with a move to Museum Street!
After months of preparing to leave our shop in 65 Great Russell Street after almost a decade there, we opened at 25a Museum Street on 12th October. It is a lovely little shop – the third of four retail units in Museum House, a warm red-brick building, dating to 1890, on the left side of the street as you approach the Museum.
Whilst we are well established in Bloomsbury since 2003, we are newcomers to Museum Street but are loving our new neighbourhood and our new neighbours.
We’ve very much enjoyed settling into our smaller but very cute shop, with its little cast iron fireplace, lovely floorboards and little porch! A new chapter in the life of It’s All Greek.
One enchanted evening at It’s All Greek with our autumn window display.
New neighbours on Museum Street – The Atlantis Bookshop.
New neighbours on Museum Street – the Museum Tavern, on the corner of Museum Street and Great Russell Street, the British Museum reflected in its window.
New neighbours – Ruskin’s Cafe on the corner of Museum Street and Little Russell Street.
25 Museum Street – Museum House.
New neighbours towards the Museum – Abbott and Holder on the left.
Towards the Museum – the Museum Tavern.
Museum House on Museum Street.
New neighbours – Robert Kime, opposite us on Museum Street.
Konaki Greek Restaurant – a favourite haunt for over a decade, but now we are only a stone’s throw away! Happy days!
Towards the British Museum – The Plough.
We look forward to welcoming visitors and friends, old and new.
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