Mon, 01/19/2015 - London E: Prepare for Exciting Upcomings
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    Mallow & Marsh

    Old Street Station, EC1Y 1BE London
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    64 Exmouth Market, EC1R 4QP London
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    160-164 Goswell Road, EC1V 7DU London
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Add to favourit  Vietnamese Dining That Will Leave You Speechless
Shaking beef, coconut rice, wonton, dry seaweed, crispy spring rolls... Your taste buds will be celebrating if you visit Viet Hoa for a dinner. Unlike other Vietnamese restaurants in the area that have a home feel to them and enforce BYOB policy, Viet Hoa's concept is rather high end and it is reflected in its interior design and architecture (all provided by Vonsung) as well as in their choice of food that is completely organic. Ultra modern interior, great WiFi and food that leaves one speechless. For your information, they do delivery as well.  Two course dinner for two £30. Mon-Fri: 5.30-11.30PM, Sat-Sun: 12.30-11.30PM. Viet Hoa Cafe and Mess. 70-72 Kingsland Road, E2 8DP
Add to favourit  Hidden Local Treasure
As you walk into the place, you feel being vacuumed into a different universe. The Bridge is indeed a local treasure of comfort and charm due to its lush victorian neoclassical decor. If you are there for a late coffee, you may enjoy it on the ground floor cafe with a gigantic old-school polished coffee maker immediate of the entrance. And if you are there for a drink, cozy little rooms upstairs have a soothing atmosphere for an intimate get-together with closest friends. The Bridge is definitely much more than one expects! 15 Kingsland Road, E2 8AA

Add to favourit  Cocktails, Flambees and Live Music
In Catch you will find Alsatian flambees and mouth-watering cokctails, as well as you can still expect club nights and live music, but from Catch you can expect much more, house rum Mai Thai, Brazilian Caiperinha with a Jamaican twist and a constant atmosphere of celebration! They also have two for one happy hour, so pop in for some happy time. 22 Kingsland Road, E2 8DA
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Add to favourit  Eating: Eton Mess at Monikers
Being all about that pop-up dining, I had a chance to visit Monikers back in September for the three week long project, Talking Peace at Conflict Kitchen. Three fantastic chefs were bringing to life flavours of Jordan and Peru along with stories of conflict and culture. However, what struck me the most was eton mess! Strawberries, pieces of meringue and cream in combination turn simply into an art piece. If you don't have a chance to try Moniker-style eton mess, make your own! 16 Hoxton Square, N1 6NT
Add to favourit  VICE House Party
I am assuming you love hip young things. Also, I am assuming you already follow VICE, a magazine known for endorsing modish things of aftertomorrow. They are hosting another event, but this time it is a VICE House Party with a free bar tab first come first served. What makes this event even more special is that it is hosted at The Old Blue Last, where Arctic Monkeys were having their intimate gigs before they became a thing. House party will be taking place across all three floors with live bands, DJs and screening of the latest VICE documentary, Love Industries. Free Entry.  38 Great Eastern Street, EC2A 3ES
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