The co-working crusade just left for the bar. The latest trend to emerge in the “creative” work environment movement are restaurant owners who are transforming their eateries into shared work spaces during the day, such as Spacious, Pub Hub, WorkEatPlay and KettleSpace.
While not designed as a traditional office, these spaces are practical because they offer people a cool new place to work, and it helps establishments generate revenue during times they normally wouldn’t. Amenities include food and drinks, as a restaurant would, which can be both tasty and practical.
Restaurant co-working places can be less expensive than popular co-working places, though quieter and more reliable than a coffee house. They also are set up with WiFi, printers, office supplies and coffee. Costs range from $95 to $110.
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