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Taste Loffice Grand Opening
Taste Loffice, the first co-working bistro in downtown Budapest will officially open soon, on November 6. The bistro is also a penthouse event space with a unique design and art concept.
Source: press release
Best of Budapest online | November 5, 2015
Taste Loffice brings an exciting new color and perspective to Budapest's gastro and event palette.The bistro is located on the top floor of the Loffice coworking office at Paulay Ede Street 55, housed in a fully reconstructed building that uses only renewable source of energy. The bistro and event area image was created by Szupernova Design, and the graphical design by the Dutch graphic artist, Willem van de Ven.
Weekend brunch és “TASTE Modern”

Taste Loffice offers a new lunch menu every week, thematic dinners and after-work evening programs. The Taste Loffice team - Kata and Panni Klementz, founders of Loffice that just won a 2015 Central European Startup Award in the “Best Coworking Space” category, along with their new partner, Orsolya Páli, plans to organize weekend brunches and community cooking events, as well. In the kitchen, the team uses fresh, natural, seasonal light foods, and prefers to focus on local and international gastronomy trends.

From the beginning, Loffice holds a firm spot on the map of artistic initiatives. In cooperation with Artmagazin, they give opportunities to artists to present their work on the “TASTE Modern” gallery wall. The walls of the bistro come alive in other ways: one spot of the bistro gives space to young film-makers’ videos, while another to an organic coloring book.

Grand Opening

The official opening of Taste Office takes place on November 6, starting at 7 pm.
The first co-working bistro and penthouse event space of Budapest will open with the first ON THE TOP “talk show” hosted by Nóra Winkler: the first topic goes by the title “Art Meets Food”. Winkler first talks about the connection between food and art, then asks Péter Závada about his poets, childhood, favorite museums, and his connection to slam and rap.

All is welcome, registration is needed: send an e-mail to