[intlink id=”85″ type=”page”]Dream Bags Jaguar Shoes[/intlink]
A bar, cafe and exhibition space in East London’s Shoreditch.
Our flagship venue, its name comes from the 1980s Bag and Shoe wholesalers that once occupied our building, whose signage still adorns the shop front. In a time before bars and art galleries, this was the primary industry in Shoreditch.[intlink id=”85″ type=”page”]Find out more…[/intlink]
[intlink id=”88″ type=”page”]The Old Shoreditch Station[/intlink]
A cafe bar and exhibition venue in a decommissioned train station.
Once part of the Great Eastern railway, this venue was the original Shoreditch station. It is now our café bar where we focus on great coffee during the daytimes and on whiskeys, wines and specialty beers in the night-times[intlink id=”88″ type=”page”]Find out more…[/intlink]
[intlink id=”15403″ type=”page”]Hand of Glory[/intlink]
The dark art of brewing cider, rural food & Wiccan arts in a British folklore inspired pub sited within the original Amhurst public house, that holds a liquor licence dating back to the 1800s, when the surrounding area was primarily fields and farmland.
Focusing a curated selection of countryside ciders, which include a rotating selection of Deadly Ciders from some of the UKs best independent brewers and an in-house kitchen serving rural British inspired food.[intlink id=”15403″ type=”page”]Find out more…[/intlink]
[intlink id=”15802″ type=”page”]The Victoria[/intlink]
Our latest venue, The Victoria is a working persons club, a place where you come to let your hair down after a hard day in the Mac mine. Relaxed, familiar, playful. That’s the proposition at the Victoria. A friendly local pub, with great rums, a good atmosphere and one of the best live music rooms in East London.[intlink id=”15802″ type=”page”]Find out more…[/intlink]