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Holloway Businesses You Need to Know About in the Coronavirus Pandemic

Holloway Businesses You Need to Know About in the Coronavirus Pandemic

The sweep of coronavirus across the country has been dramatic, and for some people, devastating. While the threat to health is the main concern, companies are also worried about how they’ll cope when the country goes into lockdown.

Even if you’re self-isolating in Holloway, there are ways you can support your local businesses, and enjoy some great products and services in return. Here’s more information.

Businesses in the Studios Holloway

Sacred Café, Highbury


Sacred Café is one of the area’s most popular places to grab a coffee and a bite to eat. To help residents who are working from home, they’ve created a special menu, which can also be ordered via Deliveroo or click and collect. It’s a great way to bring the atmosphere of this great café into your home, not to mention some of their delicious breakfast and lunch items too!

For Click and Collect, just email your order to and then come and collect (take away cups only). All orders need 10-15 minutes' notice before they're ready to collect. 

If you're in isolation, just mention so in the email and they will drop off your order outside your door. 

Payment by Paypal :

Follow them on Twitter for more updates on their latest menus and promotions: @Sacred_Cafe

3D Joe and Max

3D Joe and Max are artists, who travel the world creating artwork for clients like Save the Children, Reebok, Google and more. Like many other businesses in the UK, their work is affected by the recent travel restrictions. You can help to support them by checking out their impressive gallery online, and by giving them a shout-out via social media. It’s important to support our creative companies as much as possible.

Check them out on Instagram.

Bebop London

Bebop’s fashion-forward hair stylists have created some of the best looks in the local area. They offer a range of services, from a straightforward cut and blow-dry, to a full balayage or colour change. However, coronavirus means that fewer people may book appointments, which puts pressure on the business.

Rest assured, the team have always incorporated special measures to ensure the salon is as safe as possible, and are currently still accepting appointments. All equipment and sections are disinfected before each use and they're fully stocked up on hand wash and sanitisers. If you’re itching to get a new style, get in touch with them today to book an appointment. 

They have also asked clients who are booked in but feeling unwell, to call in to and cancel their appointment, without losing their deposit. 

They will also be running live streams of how to style and look after your hair yourself if the salon closes. 

Follow them on Instagram and Facebook for daily updates.

RIAK Fitness

Fitness remains a big priority during the coronavirus pandemic. Ultimately, the fitter you are, the better you’re supporting your cardiovascular health, and potentially your immune system too.

RIAK Fitness have a range of services, designed to keep you in peak physical condition. Their Turbo Training studio means you can train on your own bike, and they also have personal trainers, and a running club. If you’d like to find out more about what’s on offer at the moment, visit the RIAK Fitness website or Instagram.