SydneyLevel 2, 100 Harris Street, Pyrmont NSW 2009
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Frank Australia is located in the heart of Pyrmont, Sydney. If you’re having trouble finding Pyrmont just head towards the Anzac Bridge fondly nicknamed Madonna’s Bra and it’s the fish market exit, we promise you can't smell it from our office. The closest bus stop is 389 which conveniently lands you right outside Frank’s favourite watering hole, Gallon. The closest station is Town Hall, from here enjoy a casual 20-minute leisurely stroll across the Pyrmont bridge. We're in the pretty swanky, newly renovated building: 100 Harris Street on level two underneath the We Work space, just give reception a shout and come right up.
LondonCentro 4, 20-23 Mandela Street, London NW1 0DU
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Make your way out of Camden station and turn right at the two goths on the corner. Head down Kentish Town Road, towards Camden Road. Turn left onto Camden Road, past the giant Sainsbury's and then right onto Camden Street heading past St. Martin's Gardens. Turn left onto Pratt Street…not far now! Turn right onto Mandela street, if you can see a giant portrait of Nelson Mandela up ahead then you're in the right place. We're in Centro 4, the first building on your right, have a chat with the receptionist and she'll send you up to the third floor. Feel free to bring up any of our Amazon orders from downstairs.
Manchester113-115 Portland Street, Manchester M1 6DW
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Head out of Piccadilly Station's main exit and bear right towards the A6 – be vigilant of any Southerners rushing to escape Manchester. Continue for approximately 100m, passing Waitrose on the right (yes we have those), Malmaison on the left (yes we have those also) before taking a left just after Tesco Express which is a prime opportunity to grab a brolly. Swagger your way down Portland Street where you'll see Piccadilly Gardens on the right, which isn't a garden, and you'll even have to cross some tram tracks. Remember…we travel overground up here. Keep on walking until you see Buffet City on the left. We're just a few doors further down or maybe a £5 'all you can eat' buffet sounds more appealing? The front door will be open, just c'mon in and give us a buzz on the intercom. We're on the fourth floor where Ziggy, the office French Bulldog, will be waiting for belly rubs…
Glasgow6th Floor, 41 St. Vincent Place, Glasgow G1 2ER
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When you come out of Glasgow Central station, hang a right and continue along Gordon Street. If you're hungry, grab one of Tantrum Doughnuts famous Creme Brûlée creations (you won't regret it) and then cross over Mitchell Street passing by Charles Rennie Mackintosh's first public commission, the former Glasgow Herald building. Turn right at All Saints, heading up Buchanan Street – passing by the city's famous Tardis-style police box. Walk another 70 metres, turn right at Swatch and you'll find us right there – opposite the snazzy looking Victorian-style public toilets, number 41, sixth floor! Come visit soon.
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