Although most stories on Broadway are primarily confined to singing, dancing, and (apparently) Mormons, the folks who brought you The Queen of Hoxton & The Book Club are now bringing you Stories -- a multi-use drinkery on Broadway Market bringing you way more than just musical theatre. Actually, there's no musical theatre, but there is a bunch of other stuff
Work Space: They've bussed in large communal tables, tons of plug sockets, lounge areas & free Wi-Fi specifically for freelancers to mercilessly exploit with glass-after-glass of tap water
Pub: But you'd be remiss not to reach for more substantive beverages. Taps are pouring Brooklyn Lager & Green Goblin (oak-aged cider that hates that cursed web-slinger!), plus innocent-looking "spiked juices" like this milk/ bourbon/ honey number that... has no actual juice in it
Cocktail Bar:Evening-time sees them busting out the more sophisticated intoxicants such as this tequila, raspberry, and coffee-laced creation called the Shaggy Dog (get it?).
Restaurant:: The kitchen's putting out all-day eats like a prawn cocktail burger (yes, you read that right), Pigs in Blankets (American sausage rolls), and this bloody delicious chimichurri & panko-fried chicken drumstick.
Gallery: The walls will see rotating exhibitions from local artists, with the debut seeing stuff from Hattie Stewart, with Haring-esque sandwiches, plus naked ladies sadly deemed too hot for your screen. But they're there. Oh, they're there.
Events Space: They're using the communal tables for their regular "Thinking & Drinking" events, from a weekly Meat Raffle to a night of cider & cheese, the latter of which Broadway is no stranger to serving up.