Sotheby’s Cafe brought to book with tasty illustrations

An extremely neat piece of late 20th-century diversification occurred a decade ago, when Sotheby’s opened a cafe in the foyer of its Bond Street auction rooms in London.

20th January, 2007

An extremely neat piece of late 20th-century diversification occurred a decade ago, when Sotheby’s opened a cafe in the foyer of its Bond Street auction rooms in London. It was an immediate hit with the public and garnered great praise from the critics. ‘‘It’s virtually impossible to fault Sotheby’s Cafe,” was the verdict of the usually acerbic AA Gill.

To celebrate the cafe’s tenth anniversary, the...

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