One of the most unique bars in Hackney Wick, Alfred Le Roy is none other than found aboard a barge. Plotted next to Crate, head on down and hunker into the boat for an afternoon or evening of hearty platters, small bites, cocktail creativity and plenty more.
Bars and Restaurants in Hackney Wick
One of the best hidden gems in London, Hackney Wick is a space where the creative truly thrive. Boasting a myriad of warehouse spaces and hidden bars, this canal-side area is awash with cyclists, pints by the river, casual eateries and plenty of character, whatever the weather. Check out our recommendations for the best places to eat and drink in Hackney Wick.
Heading on over to Hackney Wick and looking for something a little different to do? How about getting familiar with some of the best craft beer in the business? Join Crate brewery as you not only get to grips with their brewing process and a brewery tour, there's drinks to boot.
One of the best places for beer and pizza in Hackney Wick, Crate is a name known all round town. Perfect for sunshine drinks thanks to their spot by the canal, enjoy a roster of artisan and hand-made pizzas set alongside a menu of craft beers, courtesy of their very own brewery.
South London favourite Four Quarters has moved east for a second, game-filled, craft-beer-packed venue. Located near the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the new spot will have a top selection of real ales and a whole space dedicated to retro arcade games; Pacman anyone?
Head to Gotto Trattoria for some wonderful Italian dining on the banks of the River Lee. They serve up traditional European plates alongside dishes that blend Italian and British flavours, all while you can enjoy some of their amazing alfresco dining spots.
One of the best bars in Hackney Wick, this pub and restaurant has been restored to a former glory with added bonus of a revamped menu and one of the best Bloody Marys in East London.
The latest location from The Breakfast Club team, this great restaurant in Hackney Wick is open for all your breakfast, brunch and brinner needs with giant pancake stacks, fry ups, burgers, coffee and cocktails.
Covered in gorgeous botany and art work, Mare Street Market is a pretty spot to spend a whole day in. That's made even easier when you hear about their great selection of pizzas, street food, local coffee and beer.
If you're looking for a stunning place to eat in Hackney Wick, look no further than this unique barge on the edge of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Think gorgeous views by the water alongside a British fusion menu designed by head chef Ryan Craig.
One of the most cool and casual bars in Hackney Wick, Number 90 is a multi-faceted space just by the canal. Whether you're hunkering down for breakfast by the canal, cracking on with a few craft beers, working on your freelance projects or heading on down for a DJ night, these guys have it all.