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EAT17: a one-stop shop for groceries and gourmet dinners

With Britons doing more online shopping than any other nation, high street retailers are finding new ways to lure people through their doors. London's EAT17 is a one-stop shop, offering kitchen towels, gourmet sausages, a quick burger or fancy evening meal, all under one roof.

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With Britons doing more online shopping than any other nation, high street retailers are having to offer something special to drive people to the high street and lure them through their doors. [1] EAT17 in London is a one-stop shop, offering kitchen towels, gourmet sausages, a quick burger or fancy evening meal, all under one roof. Based in Clapton, East London, the EAT17 bar and restaurant is open from 8am until late evening, serving people everything they could need from breakfast 'til bed.

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