Haringey is a borough of London that lies in the north of the city. Spread over 11 square miles, it is home to the famous Tottenham Hotspur Football Club and has an extremely diverse population. Haringey has a rich cultural influence on London with a number of progressive art galleries and performing art centres in the area, including Haringey Shed, North London Performing Arts Centre and The Chocolate Factory.
The Haringey area has executive suites and offices that house a range of businesses and professionals. These include doctors, dentists and other health practitioners. The area is also home to solicitors, graphic designers, engineering consultants, management consultants, employment and recruitment agencies as well as architectural firms.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Haringey offers plenty of options for entertainment, such as live music and theatre. There is something to suit everyone’s tastes and preferences within easy reach, so you will always have something to fill your evenings. The O2 Arena is nearby, while theatre lovers can head to places such as the Arcola Theatre, Hackney Empire or even the refurbished Stoke Newington International Airport. Dining out in Haringey provides access to global cuisine with Mosaica @The Factory offering modern European food, while Viva serves up great Spanish cuisine. You can enjoy Greek cooking at Vrisaki or for a taste of Turkish food, make your way to Testi. Almost every type of cuisine, from Argentine and Japanese to Vietnamese and British, is served in and around Haringey.
Haringey is close to Tottenham Hale underground, while Seven Sisters tube station, which is slightly further away, also serves the area. Bus routes and taxis are readily available for those who need road transportation while overground train connections can be accessed via Bruce Grove and Tottenham Hale railway stations, both of which are within easy reach.