As we mentioned in our previous post, there’s plenty of places to wine and dine in Redchurch Street and its surrounding areas, but today we pick out our top recommendations of places to visit when Urbancode takes us East.
Run in conjunction with Shoreditch House, Aubin Cinema provides an intimate experience not often found within multiplexes. If you’re looking for a place to hang up your TALENT cagoule and relax with your friend or partner, the cinema offers varied seating arrangements including cosy 2-seat sofas, in combination with alcoholic beverages and popcorn.
Those looking for an evening drink can visit The Boundary, which although features several places to wine & dine, the most noteworthy is certainly the rooftop bar, catering for both walk-ins and private events. Foxhall loves the lived-in feel of the silver aged wood, combined with the city view that’s rarely attainable in London. You don’t have to go on a sunny day as well – blankets are also provided.
A chain of hotels located primarily in the States, the Shoreditch edition of Ace Hotel provides not only relaxed, quality accommodation, but also delicious food via their restaurant Hoi Polloi, which offers a modern, varied menu in a low-lit dining environment filled with intimate booths and your usual table setting. We think it’s a great mix of the West End and East London – matching tip top service with the edgy hipsters of the East.
Sometimes at Foxhall we appreciate a good beer to whet our appetites as opposed to signature cocktails which are usually seen at our in-store events. Brewdog, located at the end of Redchurch Street, pour their own brewed beers for the beer enthusiast and casual drinkers alike. Great for a Foxhall t-shirt and jeans combination.