Let's face it: coffee is important every morning. But it's even more important on the morning of... the Best Day of Your Life! We're putting together the itinerary for how best to spend the longest day of the year, June 21st, but we need your help completing it, this time by having you vote on your favourite coffee spot in London. Take a look at the options below, vote in the comments at the bottom of the article, and get ready to have a truly superlative time. Put "A" in the comments to vote for The Attendant The Attendant is a coffee shop in a Victorian-era ex-public toilet. That's pretty much all there is to say - they've kept the porcelain fittings, so the urinals are now little micro-booths. Also, the coffee runs right through you, so you soon find yourself eyeing your "booth" with different intentions. Put "B" in the comments to vote for Monmouth Monmouth is a VERY small coffee shop & roastery; you have to sit shoulder-to-shoulder with a total stranger, but it was the first & best of the post-Starbucks artisan coffee houses. They import shitloads of varieties, have great suppliers, and make a frigging great cup. Put "C" in the comments to vote for Caravan Caravan's is a cleanly postmodern mix of exposed-brick walls, unvarnished wood, and concrete floors, housing its own coffee roastery and bean-improved cocktails such as their Old Fashioned w/ espresso-laced rum. Put "D" in the comments to vote for Ozone Bringing you the freshest cup in London from literally the other side of the planet, New Zealand bean stalwarts Ozone have set up in a two-story, exposed-brick space in Shoreditch, where they'll handle roasting raw, green coffee cherries daily, unless Jimmy Carr possibly makes a guest-barista appearance. Now make your voice heard and cast your vote in the comments, with either A, B, C, or D. Democracy!