Shoreditch’s Brilliant Board Game Café • Proceed Clockwise

Board games can be a dicey business. Uno it’s likely to end in an argument but it’s always a Risk you’re willing to take.

Proceed Clockwise, Shoreditch’s newest quirky coffee shop is a brilliant addition to the city. Boasting over 600 different games – including both the classics (Monopoly, Cluedo, Risk, Jenga, Guess Who?) and some modern favourites (Exploding Kittens, Cards Against Humanity) – it’s the perfect spot for a nerdy and nostalgic get together with your mates.

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Just off Brick Lane, Proceed Clockwise is more than just a café. There’s a bar serving up beers and wine, as well as a kitchen cooking up delicious pizzas, including salami and fennel, ‘nduja and gorgonzola, and even a Nutella pizza for pudding. So Scrabble some pals together for a bit of friendly competition.

So how does it work?

You and your mates – opponents or allies – pay a £5pp cover charge, and then you can play as many games as you like for as long as you like*. You can even buy games to take home if you so wish.

⚠️ Proceed Clockwise is currently on soft launch until September 30th, with 30% off food ⚠️

Location: 150 Bethnal Green Road, E2 6DG. Nearest station is Shoreditch High Street. See it on Google Maps.
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday, 9am–11pm.
Price: £5 cover fee. Pizzas start at £7.
More information: to book, head to their website.

*limited to 4 hours on weekends.

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