What it’s like:Industrial · Hip · Vibrant
Known for:Murals · Art gallery · Boutique
Nearby conveniences:Restaurants · Grocery stores
Tips from locals
🥂As well as its great restaurants, Shoreditch is famous for its street food. Brick Lane, home of much-loved bagel institution Beigel Bake, hosts a huge market every Sunday offering global street food, from Canadian poutine to Thai delicacies.
London's rapidly gentrifying East End is home to one of the city's must-go-now neighborhoods: Shoreditch. It's a compelling mix of restored brick warehouses, gritty street art, independent coffee houses, and ethnic restaurants. It may also be the most interesting place in London to shop now—hardly…
Creatives & hipsters flock to this East London neighbourhood - get inspired by foods & cafes from all around the world!
Shoredtich was, in the early 2000's, the home of much of London's creative arts scene. Walk through Arnold Circus, an area full of victorian council housing and some beautiful shops and cafes and on to Shoreditch High St. You'll find a lot of a independent fashion retailers, restaurants and markets…
Great area with many pubs, restaurants, cafés with live music, street art, food markets