Shoreditch is an exciting combination of technology and skyscrapers, graffiti and cafes.

Shoreditch has seen many tech companies move to the area recently, as well as many brand new buildings, but it has retained its edge.

The area accommodates many restaurants and other entertainment. You can, for example, find the Ballie Ballerson cocktail bar, which has a million ball ball-pit. Table football fans might enjoy visiting the Bar Kick bar, where you can both play and get a few drinks while you’re at it. Bounce is a good option for those interested in playing some ping-pong, with tables as well as good food and drink options. The area also has some well-known clubs, like Cargo and XOYO.

Shoreditch also has fashion and interior shops, where you can find individual products. Boxpark Shoreditch is a pop-up mall, which has clothing, food, art and events. The graffiti in the surrounding area are very showy and are popular photography destinations, which can be found throughout the area. New Inn Yard and Ebor Street are both worth a visit.

Getting there

The easiest way to get to Shoreditch via underground is Old Street (Northern). There is also an Overground station at Shoreditch High Street.


Brick Lane and its street markets start right next to Boxpark Shoreditch. Old Spitalfields Market is about 10 minutes away by foot.