Mother Kelly's

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Mother Kelly's, 251 Paradise Row, London E2 9LE

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Mother Kelly's, 251 Paradise Row, London E2 9LE

Bethnal Green

Mother Kelly’s is a New York-inspired bar tucked beneath one of the railway arches on Bethnal Green’s Paradise Row. But there’s a twist. The beers here aren’t just for sitting down and sipping in situ: you can also take them away to savour on your sofa too. And the selection of bottles is staggering – and it’s all judiciously chosen.

The room itself is a bright, corrugated tunnel with chunky wooden decking, plenty of space to sit and stand, and a loud wall of graffiti splashed across one wall. A row of unmarked taps along the metallic back wall offer a head-spinning range of brews to those who prefer to get stuck in on-site, and they all change pretty much every day. So you've got an excuse to keep going back.

Venue name: Mother Kelly's
Contact:
Address: 251 Paradise Row
London
E2 9LE
Transport: Tube: Bethnal Green
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