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Hackney Wick: Fish Island - Places to be & see

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A FEW TOP SPOTS & AREA DEVELOPMENTS

Hackney Wick: Fish Island is a prime place to be and visit in east London. With its local culture and history as a borough, there is no shortage of places to go for the latest trending cuisine, craft beer or art events out of a repurposed industrial space.

 

See our selection of places to visit in this quickly changing area of London, or view our Newsletter for development and news about the property in Hackney Wick. 

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 Untitled designSource: Billy Smokes website

Billy Smokes

BBQ at it's best. Quality ingredients cooked to perfection to produce a distinctive British feel. You can find them at the Howling Hops Brewery every single day of the week.

http://www.billy-smokes.com

 

Crate Brewery

Hackney Wick's most famous export. Crate beer is made and sold on the premises. At the Crate brewery, there is the Brew Shed, just a stone's throw from the bar and pizzeria. Guests are surrounded by raw brickwork, wooden panels, brew tanks and all the ingredients to make the entire crate range of beers.

http://cratebrewery.com

 Crate BrewerySource: Timeout
 The Bagel FactorySource: Aitch Group CGI

The Bagel Factory

This landmark building is coming soon in 2018, a 25,000ft² commercial workspace and also 103 new homes in a high-end warehouse design. 

http://strettons.link/Bagel

The Roasting Shed

Small batch coffee roasters based on Queens Yard Road. The coffee beans are sourced from green bean importers and coffee hunters, working directly with farms and cooperatives who strive continuously for a quality product.

http://theroastingshed.com

 The Roasting ShedSource: The Roasting Shed website
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79-85 Monier Road

Coming Soon: 15,000ft² on Monier Road is a soon to be imposing 5-storey modern building. A workplace with roof terrace in the middle of Hackey Wick: Fish Island's creative hub. 

http://strettons.link/Monier

Howling Hops Brewery and Tank Beer

Based in a large Victorian Warehouse space is a unique and vibrant part of town. The house Tank bar is a row of 10 serving tanks directly dispensing 10 different beers behind a 10-metre long bar, the first of it's kind in the U.K.

http://howlinghops.co.uk/

 Howling HopsSource: Howling Hops Brewery Website
 Number 90 BarSource: Number 90 Bar website

Number 90 Bar

Guaranteed a good night out in the heart of the East End, the 90 Bar is a stunning, spacious, canal-side bar and restaurant. That canal-side deck and giant disco help add to the atmosphere and they have some cheerful kitchen treats from their diverse burger menu. 

https://number90bar.co.uk/

Skinny Eric's Cyclework

Specialists in interesting bikes and parts both modern and classic, they like anything that is built with some class. This is one for the cycling purists, a one-stop shop for bikes and parts and more. 

http://www.skinnyerics.com/

 Skinny Erics CycleworksSource: HackneyWick.org
 1 2 Hepscott RoadSource: Aitch Group CGI

1-2 Hepscott Road

Coming Soon: A mixed-use redevelopment of a 6-storey building to provide 10,000ft² of b1c commercial space with yard area and 30 residences. 

The Wick Cafe

An old-school greasy spoon attracting the most diverse clientele in the Wick, their gigantic full English breakfast is legendary. 

 The Wick Cafe
 Vinyl PimpSource: The Vinyl Factory 

Vinyl Pimp

An achingly cool yet very welcoming Vinyl re-sale shop where you're likely to spot world famous DJ's browsing for rare releases. 

The Yard Theatre

A multi-award winning theatre space in a renovated warehouse producing work that portrays contemporary visions of who we are, where we've been and where we're going.

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Stour Space

A socially minded organisation offering exhibition, performance and studio space for the development of creative enterprises. Devoted to the promotion and production of art and design, performance and innovative business, Stour Space also works in collaboration with many local enterprises, residents, artists and committees. With a focus on the local neighbourhood, the economy and sustainable regeneration Stour Space endeavours to support and promote the value of the creative enterprise and public innovation to people of all abilities and experiences.

You can learn more about Hackney Wick: Fish Island in our newsletter below, and keep a lookout for our next edition in April 2018. 

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