Shoreditch is scattered with hotels and accomodations that seem invincible to some. Anyways, I think the one or the other pound should also be spent on the luxurious extras when there is a suitable situation for it. The Boundary allows you to give the money to tihs little extra
decadence in life. As long as the weather will somehow allow it, the rooftop is to be discovered. And for a romantic date (also during the windy times), the downastairs restaurant is the best place! 2-4 Boundary Street E2 7DD
Eating: Midnight Shopping
The Red Market seems to be a copy of the traditional Latvian market, just at a little smaller scale. From Wednesday up to Saturday night, the gates are opened in order for you to enjoy cocktails, fast food and one or the other art installation on the street. It is certainly still an insider, though, I would recommend you to come early enough, as it gets rather crowded at later point during the night. I am excited every time again!
Wed-Sat 5-9pm 288-299 Old Street EC1V 9DP
Drinking: Old but Fancy
The Old Shoreditch Station has been taken up by the Jaguar Shoes Collective. With several business compilations such as a
3D printing-coffee-shop that is currently still in the organizational progress, it has worked its way up: Waiters create you the most delicious cocktails and fulfill the perfect evening flair. I am a big fan and hope you will share that feeling with me. Mo-Wed: 8am-11pm, Wed-Fri: 8-1am, Sat: 10-1am, Sun:10am-11pm 1 Kingsland Road E2 8AA
Eating: Chain, good enough?
So usually I am not a big fan of franchises, but in this case I just have to tell you about it. I am ever again fascinated about the wide selection of different ingredients you can pop into your salad. And all this for a reasonable price.
GO is an Italian sandwich and salad franchise company. The concept is simple, you either choose from a rather extensive menu or otherwise you can create your individual salad, wrap, baguette of pizza. Lunch sorted. Every day 7am-8pm 36 Brushfield Street E1 6AT
Film: Be Careful
I was scrolling on Facebook today and saw this. What a shocking moment. No it was not the news about
Banksy's revealed identity and arrest that stopped me scrolling. It was this
dilict of violence. What do you think about it? I may remind you at this point to be careful when jumping on your bike. There are always some weirdos around, even though we don't expect them.