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The best of Stoke Newington
Stoke Newington's best bars and pubs
A night out in Stoke Newington is always great. Irish pub Auld Shillelagh keeps the mood light and friendly, whilst Jolly Butchers has one of the best selections of ales and ciders in the area. For those who like their bars with a bit of a gothic bent, there's Baby Bathhouse.Think we've missed a great drinking spot in Stoke Newington? Let us know in the comment box below.
The best restaurants in Stoke Newington
Enjoying Stoke Newington's restaurants is a bit like going on a culinary tour, without the bothersome leaving-the-country part. Homa is a gem of a Mediterranean brasserie. The original branch of the chain,Rasa serves the amazing south Indian food they built their reputation on. Itto's menu, meanwhile, covers the range of Asian food, from Thai to Japanese. Think we've missed a great restaurant in Stoke Newington? Let us know in the comment box below.
Stoke Newington shopping
Stoke Newington's indie credentials extends to the many independent shops in the area. Hidden in the basement of a secondhand record store, Little Pad has carefully selected vintage clothes and accessories. If you need your cello restrung or your heirloom lute restored, Bridgewood and Neitzert deal in all things stringed. Mums and mums-to-be will love Born, which stocks organic and fairtrade pregancy and baby supplies. Think we've missed a great Stoke Newington shop? Let us know in the comment box below.
Upcoming events in Stoke Newington
The King Khan And BBQ Show
Canadian garage-rock maven Arish Ahmad Khan gets back together with Mark Sultan, an on-and-off collaborator over the last 20 years. The two-piece play...
DIY Art Market
Although summer's drawing to a close, this bi-monthly one-day market showcasing a host of London's emerging artists and independent publishers will brighten...
Ghostsigns Walking Tour
As a city with a vast and colourful history, it's unsurprising that folk are drawn to exploring London's past. We can trace Jack The Ripper's footsteps...
This jazz quartet has been playing together since 1996 – and still sound as fresh and innovative today. Guitarist Phil Robson, reeds player Julian Siegel,...