Perfectly positioned and bordering some of London’s prime areas such as the City, Clerkenwell and Islington;incorporates a multitude of bustling streets and roads. These include the 'Shoreditch Triangle' that consists of , Great Eastern Street and . The general locality also incorporates popular Curtain Road, Kingsland Road and Brick Lane, then extends across to Hackney Road and meets the City on Bishopsgate.
Shoreditch is full of galleries, art, good food and hidden bars and has become a focal part of London’s night-time economy, with a diverse character and true international presence. Read our detailed guide onfor further information.
Eating and Drinking
The go-to place for a curry in London is Brick Lane. It is the heart of the city's Bangladeshi community (known to some as Banglatown) and famous for its many curry houses. Nearby Kingsland Road meanwhile, is famous for its rows of Vietnamese restaurants, the most notable being. A number of both operate a ‘bring your own bottle’ (B.Y.O.B) policy.
Meat-lovers looking for a more up-market dining experience can findon Commercial Street. The highly-praised steak restaurant offers a stellar steak and great Sunday roast, whilst on Bethnal Green Road serves seasonal British greats in luxurious Art Deco surroundings. Foodie’s will also appreciate pop-up summer favourite Dinerama on Great Eastern Street and Red Dog Saloon on .
There is no shortage of, from smart cocktail bars, to and cool clubs that all offer a great night on the tiles. Bar-lined streets include, Shoreditch High Street, Curtain Road and Old Street. A great all-rounder is in Spitalfields, a traditional East End pub with a great beer garden. Other brilliant boozers include The Owl and Pussycat on Redchurch Street, Commercial Tavern and that hosts regular pop-up restaurants and parties that rock until the early hours.
Brick Lane is home to two institutional Shoreditch bars,and , whilst the Queen of Hoxton on Curtain Road has a popular rooftop that is crammed in the summer months. New additions to the area include the on Great Eastern Street, with popular Saturday night sessions and a basement club.
Both tourists and locals alike flock to Brick Lane, for its vintage stores, independent boutiques and weekend markets. In the, you will find The Sunday UpMarket, the Vintage Market, the Backyard Market and the Boiler House Food Hall. Open across the weekend, the markets have over 200 stalls, selling vintage and handmade clothing and accessories, music, arts and crafts, and organic food. Shoppers will also find one of London's vintage originators, and alongside The Laden Showroom, showcasing up-and-coming designers and independent labels at affordable prices.
Over on Commercial Street, visitors will find the iconic and ever popular, perfect for knick-knacks, fashion and food. The market is encased by beautiful shops that are home to independent boutiques alongside high street brands such as Mac, and Traffic people. Uniquely made out of shipping containers, BOXPARK on Shoreditch High Street is the world’s first pop-up shopping centre. It hosts rotating stores from independent labels such as Nicce London and Decorum to Puma and Gap.
Read ourfor further information on Shoreditch and its close connections with fashion.
Historically, cheaper rents attracted throngs of poor artists to the area, making Shoreditch the centre of London’s modern art world. Art lovers are spoilt for choice with; a British contemporary gallery with an international reputation and The ; one of the first publicly funded galleries for temporary exhibitions in London, exhibiting retrospective exhibitions and shows that are of interest to the local community.
Other offerings in the area include Howard Griffin Gallery and Red Gallery on Rivington Street, a 20,000 sq. ft. outdoor events space with a continually rotating calendar of events including: art exhibitions, live arts, music and charity events, literary soirees, conferences and film screenings.
A short walk from Shoreditch,is Europe's largest multi-arts and conference venue presenting a diverse range of art, music, theatre, dance, film and creative learning events.
Readfor an in-depth look at the area's artistic influences.
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