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About Shoreditch

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Shoreditch lies within the London Borough of Hackney. It is a dense, built up area of the inner city directly north of the City of London and located approximately 3 miles to the east of Charing Cross. Fashionable Shoreditch is a trendy area and attracts a young and stylish crowd. There are many super cool bars, urban nightclubs and friendly pubs in the area making it a fantastic place to live or visit.

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The area has an interesting and lively nightlife and there are a number of entertainment venues where you can take your Shoreditch escort. All Star Lanes is a boutique bowling alley with a vintage American diner and cocktail bar. You can have some great fun here with the Shoreditch escorts. Alternatively why not share a box of popcorn whilst watching the latest films at the Genesis Cinema? For a really wild night out and for the ultimate clubbing experience take your sexy Shoreditch escort to club Oops where you can both enjoy a naughty and thrilling lap dance.

There are also some nice restaurants in the area if you fancy a bite to eat, or if you and the Shoreditch escorts have worked up a bit of an appetite. The Beach Blanket Babylon serves traditional meals such as fish and chips and steaks and the Green and Red is a beautiful Mexican restaurant that has a fantastic atmosphere. If the weather is nice why not pack a picnic and find a park where you can enjoy a spot of alfresco dining?

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Below you will find a list of venues where your Shoreditch escort will be more than happy to visit and offer you that very special memorable evening of exceptional enjoyment which we are certain you will remember for a very long time.

What to See in Shoreditch

The Geffrye Museum

The Geffrye Museum

The Geffrye Museum illustrates the archetypal style of English middle-class living rooms. Its collections of furniture, textiles, paintings and decorative arts are displayed in a series of period rooms from the 17th Centaury to the present day.

The displays lead the visitor on a walk through time, from the 1600’s with oak furniture and paneling, past the refined splendour of the Georgian period and the high style of the Victorians, to 20th century modernity as seen in a mid 20th centaury flat, a 1950’s room in quintessential contemporary style and a late-20th century living space in the form of a converted warehouse.

The museum is set in an elegant array of 18th century almshouses with a modern wing surrounded by eye-catching gardens, which include an prized walled herb garden and a succession of period gardens.

The Golden Hinde

The Golden Hinde

The original Golden Hinde was Sir Francis Drake’s famous flagship during his voyage around the world. The journey took three years, with the Golden Hinde being the only ship to complete the voyage.

Drake left Plymouth in the late 16th century; the aim of the voyage was for Drake and his crew to be the first Englishmen to circumnavigate the globe. Queen Elizabeth I gave Drake a deed granting him permission to attack and loot ships belonging to England’s enemies effectively the Spanish. Due to this charter, Drake and his men regarded themselves as privateers, not pirates, however, the Spanish took a different view and regard him as a pirate to this day.

Drake overthrew many Spanish ships during this epic voyage, the most famous being the Cacafuego. The plunder stored on this ship was so immense that Drake’s men emptied the Golden Hinde’s ballast and stored the spoils in the bilge for the remainder of the voyage.

On returning to England, Drake became both rich and famous. Elizabeth I took a share of the prizes captured, the crew each had a share, with the humblest cabin boy taking home the equivalent of £1million in today’s money. Elizabeth visited the Golden Hinde with great ceremony, and Drake was knighted on deck, unusually by the French ambassador, not the Queen, in an attempt to distance the crown from the monetary success of the voyage. This was a belief held by the Spanish at the time and still remains today.

Elizabeth I passed a decree that the Golden Hinde should be preserved at Deptford so that her adoring public could visit the craft and celebrate Drake and England’s achievement. The Golden Hinde consequently became Britain’s first museum ship. Sadly the original ship rotted away in the late 1600s.

White Cube Gallery

White Cube Gallery

White Cube, Mason’s Yard opened in September 2006 and is located off Duke Street, St. James's, home of the original White Cube gallery, on a site that was previously an electricity sub-station.

Designed by MRJ Rundell & Associates, The White Cube was the first free-standing building to be built in the St James's area of Shoreditch for more than 30 years. The building houses a main, basement floor gallery naturally lit for better display, and benefitting from a double-height space. A second gallery located on street level provides a total of near to 5000 ft² of exhibition space.

White Cube, Mason’s Yard continues with an internationally, high profile programme of exhibitions, its inaugural showing was an extremely fabulous exhibition by Gabriel Orozco.

A must to visit for all of the contemporary art buffs visiting the UK Capital.

Restaurants in Shoreditch

Beach Blanket Babylon

Beach Blanket Babylon

The Beach Blanket Babylon Restaurant formerly located in Notting Hill has now arrived in Shoreditch, wrestling with the à la mode dudes at their own game. This west London impostor has disheveled a few feathers with its own version of the area’s maximalist design argot.

Having set to win over the mixed crowd of City Financial types, local trendier clientele and not forgetting the iron-haired Wags’, all achieved with its eccentric approach which has apparently succeeded.

No doubt helped by the pared-back menu of reasonability priced crowd pleasers, which include fish & chips, steaks, salads & sundaes. Opulent quality is suggested throughout the rejuvenated menu with barely a hint of serious cost-cutting. Service could have been a little more spiced up: a little more charm and attention to detail would turn this restaurant into that special place. The cocktails really dazzle and the ambiance is pleasing.

Green and Red

Green and Red

A Mexican ripple has swept over London in last few years, but without exception, E2’s Green and Red succeeds in being totally different from the obvious competition. Abstaining from the greasy retro-gringo Tex-Mex & trendy California-Mexican in favour of the real thing. The Green and Red’s stock in trade is rare Tequilas, many more than you could count, cocktails well mixed and very moreish, and Jaliscan street food.

Menus haven’t changed much over the years. Antojitos - starters, still include jicama salad & octopus ceviche, while the now infamous gut-busting platos fuertos taken as a main course, and could be a lamb shank with ancho chilli & spices or rib-eye with chipotle salsa version still remain firm favourites.

Great value taco & burrito lunches are now available for a very reasonable fee. Both the now very popular restaurant & quirky bar have taken time to settle in, but the popular music, graffiti art, happy-go-lucky staff and dippy menu glossary, entitled ‘WTF am I eating, suggests that they have finally attained the accolade they deserve, authentic Mexican with a touch of madness.

Pizza East

Pizza East

Yet again, another unadulterated Soho House group success, revitalising this warehouse space and turning it into a relaxed Manhattan styled diner. Pizza East has a spacious interior set out with bistro/banquette seating, a large communal table, and stools at a central bar.

A jovial T-shirted workforce keeps the attractive arty multitude fed and watered with rustic platters of Italian meats & cheeses and the ever flowing on-tap wines by the tumbler & carafe. Pizzas, of course, are the mainstay of the kitchen, which produces expertly rendered versions, topped with an array of generously strewn ingredients. Clientele can choose from an assortment of delectable offerings, perhaps spicy sausage with crunchy sprouting broccoli, garlic with an inspired hit of aniseed or one of the many popular variants.

Other dishes, such as a large bovine femur, roasted & sliced lengthways to expose a slick of glistening marrow, can be rather too rich, but try to save room for the star tart – thick pastry layered with gooey caramel & intense bitter chocolate, topped with rock salt, flaked almonds and a generous portion of crème fraîche.

Root Master Restaurant

Root Master Restaurant

If the unusual is what you seek look no further than this distinctive restaurant.

London is famed for its iconic red double-decker buses, which goes some way to explaining why the Rootmaster ‘Bustaurant’ isn’t located in a newly designed space but alternatively on the upper deck of a discontinued Routemaster Bus parked by the Truman Brewery.

The remarkably atmospheric setting & vegan based menu make it a date restaurant par excellence for the capital’s vegetarians. Candlelit ambiance making it a cosy venue by night, this quirk eatery delivers at treat prices. Very reasonable priced at round £14 for a superb main course. Conversely, you can be confident of low food miles, including the organic Brick Lane tofu, ethically sourced ingredients & consistently good cooking from the lower-deck kitchen.

By the day, its value for money comes in the form of Asian noodles, wraps and veggie curries all at a reasonable cost of around £6 - £7 per course. Wines, from £13.50, are true to the organic cause and extremely palatable.

The vehicle’s Machiavellian suspension does the waiting staff no favours every time they ascend or descend the traditional spiral stairs is an experience you should not miss however service can be shaky but entertaining.

Rosa's Thai Restaurant

Rosa's Thai Restaurant

Rosa’s has slotted right in to the Spitalfields scene. Rosa’s represents a cute, stylish yet simple and most importantly, value for money Thai Restaurant in the metropolis.

Mutterings may suggest that the service and apparent tiny portions are off putting, but given that the rest of the colonised area populated by the big and boring chains; this very popular and innovative Thai restaurant deserves to be given a second thought.

The interior represents a fun time as the clientele sit on brightly coloured stools at canteen tables under mesmerising glowing pink lights, a different concept in a world of traditional institutionalisation. The menu not unique, journeys its way through the customary soups, satays, curries, salads, pad Thai which represents all that is good about Thai cuisine and this consistent eatery.

The kitchen also turns out more varied and plush serving, which adds to the more traditional yet well presented menu. Specialties such as rack of lamb salad with spicy eggplant, seafood baked with butternut squash & stir-fried venison with Thai herbs; black pepper & chilli help the cause of this superb little Thai experience.

Entertainment in Shoreditch

All Star Lanes

All Star Lanes

It was a creditable idea to couple up a boutique bowling alley with a vintage American dinette and cocktail bar. So laudable in fact, that not only the birth of a London Institution was born but All Star Lanes now has three London sites and some adventurous plans to roll its way across Europe.

The east London chapter is adored by the trendier set and City suits alike. The menu’s tour through transatlantic gastronomy is a brilliant contrast to the concept. There are some mighty versions of succotash, Texas chilli, smoked baby back ribs, Reuben sandwiches and Mississippi mud pie, but everyone still seems to order America’s stalwart the burger.

Heinous cocktails, a tremendous selection of American bottled beers all adds to the jollity. Waitresses are as sassy as modern-day Thelma & Louise’s who keep things running smoothly in clockwork like fashion, without letting group bookings dictate the establishment. Watch out for top midweek bowling & dining deals these can be tremendous value as well as extremely enjoyable.

Genesis Cinema

Genesis Cinema

Always a favourite, a night out at the cinema watching a film is enjoyable, a great start to any evening or day out.

The Genesis Cinema offers the most current and up to date releases available. This multi-screen venue consistently delivers and prides itself on being clean and comfortable. The cinema specifically the building has a long history of entertainment, going back over some 150 years.

The site initially opened its doors to the general public around 150 years ago and started life as a Inn cum Music hall, being very popular with the local inhabitants. After many iterations of Music hall ownership the then Paragon Theatre was purchased along with 8 other London venues by UPT who open the venue as a cinema in 1928. In 1934 the UPT group went into receivership, and their holdings were purchased by the ABC group.

After several years of successful trading the ABC group demolished the original build and replaced it with a purpose built cinema complex completed in 1946. The Empire grew from strength to strength and many a celebrity attended red carpet openings of there films at the cinema.

Today as a modern multi-screen complex the Genesis still enjoys the popularity of years gone by, with the stars still attending premieres and being more than happy to be photographed on arrival and of course departure.

Club Oops

Club Oops

Edged up against the Square, Club Oops is clearly not a back street venue. The club has been tastefully thought out with an elegant front terrace and polite bouncer to weed out the sportswear crowd. Arrive in smart casual wear and you are ushered into the club no problems whatsoever.

The front bar cab be a bit of a squeeze, but there's no sparing on design. Stylish leather stools line the room, and a highly polished granite bar gleam from the soft red lighting above. The ambiance flows through into the main bar room where the focal point is the pole dancing podium. To the rear of the room, secluded VIP Champagne booths are cloaked in fine net curtains, and inside you find dark sofas, plump cushions and elegant candles. At the back of the club a metal chain curtain hides a kinky-looking room with poles and hard benches.

The most attention-grabbing aspect of the club is, of course, the women, who perform to there flirty best to entice city guys and stag parties to indulge in a dance. There is no obligation to have a dance at Club Oops, on the contrary, clientele are more than welcome to simply buy a drink and stare contentedly at screens showing the football.

Club Oops presents its own house DJ who turns out current chart tunes, RnB and '80s anthems. The music policy is largely dominated by the girls who are the only ones dancing in the club anyway. This is a tough market-place to crack, but Club Oops has generated a fantastic and loyal following because it is a smart, friendly and very well venue.

The Brickhouse

The Brickhouse

For than different night out where and merriment are conceived under one roof, The Brickhouse delivers the complete experience.

The Brickhouse supper club located at the Truman Brewery site was created in more opulent times, when this love child of Bistrotheque and Sketch was just what east London’s dining scene called out for, a different experience in the humdrum of entertainment venues.

In the jaws of recession, the establishment had no option but to change and evolve. The mix of cabaret and dinner has remained, but the rather flamboyant tang and fixed-price menus have been substituted by a more wallet-friendly offering. Delicious offerings such as braised pork belly with bacon & baby gem, wild mushroom tartlet with Parmesan, & chocolate shot with apple doughnut now reside on the much altered menu.

A good and not so pretentious array of Wines starts from around the £16 a bottle mark, maxing out at the £60 point. The newly introduced regime does however free up some extra funds for a harebrained night of cheeky cocktails and burlesque bombshells to be found in the funky, multi-floored space.

The entertainment carries a cover charge of £5-10, all of which goes direct to the performers.

Vibe Bar

Vibe Bar

This dependable entertainment venue remains unchanged, the Vibe Bar where the multitude still jostle to grab a seating space or a well used old chesterfield, while struggling to the pint sized bar seems to cope admirably with the thirsty swarm both inside and out.

When the sun is beating down a rarity in jolly old blighty, the main action is in the spacious cobbled courtyard outside the old Truman Brewery. Every picnic table inevitably seems to be unavailable and chockablock with fashionable youngsters swapping gossip over pints and sharing bites or masticating sizable burgers from the stalls outside.

Granted the Vibe emulates student-like occupancy, but should you complain when drinks are at student union prices. Cocktails are reasonably priced, similarly the short global wine list. And with the music providing a more than entertaining backdrop, with live bands and DJ acts most nights, a celebrated night of pure indulgence can be had.

The Vibe also play host to the Brick Lane Music Festival in September every year.

Where to Stay in Shoreditch

The Boundary Hotel

The Boundary Hotel

The Boundary is a fantastic new project in Shoreditch East London, opened in January 2009 to celebrated acclaim. Situated in a converted Victorian warehouse, Boundary consist of 3 restaurants and bars, 12 guest bedrooms, 5 suites, a bakery and a food store.

The first and second floors accommodate 12 spacious guest bedrooms. The smallest of the rooms is 31 square metres of floor space, the remaining rooms we have on offer are considerably larger. The four corner rooms benefit from 6 large sash windows, providing an airy open space. Each of the rooms benefit from a unique design form offering individual design and décor, which has been inspired by legendary designers or design movements that the are admired by the owners.

All of the guest accommodation is different, even though they have been grouped into five main categories - Boundary Rooms, Corner Rooms, Conran Suites, Large Suites and Tang Suite. Particular room preferences can be noted but cannot be guaranteed.

The Hotel Boundary Rooftop includes a large and spacious bar with seating arranged around an open fireplace, a 48-seat grill restaurant and a garden designed by Nicola Lesbirel. The rooftop is accessible by a direct lift and is served by its own kitchen.

There are panoramic 360-degree views taking in Canary Wharf to the City's Gherkin and Barbican to the rooftops and spires of East London. The space is sated with a large sail-like canopy, heating, and festoon lighting complimented by Welsh blankets, ensuring our clientele are always kept warm.

East London Jury Hotel

East London Jury Hotel

The Jury is perfectly located and lies between London’s high fashion houses, financial powerhouses and the West End packed with fantastic theatre houses. There isn’t a better base for encountering the endless torrent of delights that London has on offer. It’s right at the heart of London’s transport network getting you to the nucleus of this throbbing capital in no time at all.

Warmth, friendly and welcoming staff who make the visit a pleasure, a trait that comes from personal choice rather than the mandatory hotel operating manual, makes Jurys the best possible way to experience business or pleasure in the big city.

Hotel London Shoreditch

Hotel London Shoreditch

Part of the Days Inn Group of Hotels, the accommodation is nothing less than you would expect from a quality budget hotel Chain. Ideally located in the Shoreditch area, this Hotel offers easy and quick access to the heart of the City along with the financial and commercial districts of the capital. Making it a great place to stay whether you trip is business based or you are planning a short vacation to the UK’s capital.

Set amidst a plethora of great eateries and hostelries you are sure to find a taste which suits every palate along with a warm, welcoming and friendly Inn to pass away the hours whist watching the world pass by.

The accommodation is spacious and comfortable, all rooms have en suite facilities, coffee and tea making accompaniment and Internet access is available in the Hotel.

Situated close to the transport network of the capital makes travel a synch, with the underground a few minutes amble away, Taxi’s readily available and the nain liune stations within east reach, make the Hotel London a great central location to base yourself for that London Visit.

Kandara Guest House

Kandara Guest House

A warm welcome and friendly ambience is guaranteed at the Kandara Guest House. A family-run Guest House, providing accommodation for over 50 years in the capital.

Situated in a quiet, leafy residential area and just minutes from Islington's outstanding theatres and restaurants, Kandara is conveniently located for transport into both the West End and the City of London. The Guest house represents all that is great about this British institution, incredible accommodation, clean and comfortable, a hone from home atmosphere and a family that prides itself and business on delivering value for money and fantastic customer service.

A great spot to stay, whether you are visiting the capital on a break, or on a business trip, you will remember the warm, welcoming and homely atmosphere of this excellent Guest House.

Saint Gregory Hotel

Saint Gregory Hotel

Saint Gregory is a relatively new, ground-breaking hotel, ideal for clients looking for comfort complemented by modern facilities and an ideal location, within close proximity to London’s financial and commercial centres.

This fashionable hotel is elegantly decorated and occupies a popular location, heaving with fashionable bars and restaurants and great shopping opportunities.

Saint Gregory boasts 200 well-appointed bedrooms with a modern feel, furnished with restful beds and relaxing leather armchairs. Take in the sights from the Globe rooftop restaurant or relax in the Lobby bar after a workout in the hotel’s fitness suite.

The Hotel Bar is stylish and fresh, making it one of the capital’s hot spots to people watch from the comfort of rawhide sofas. Sit back and enjoy a classical or maybe even an innovative cocktail from the seasonally changing menu.

The five self-contained business areas and six syndicate rooms are located on the top floor. Theses modern rooms with high-speed internet access provide lots of natural light and accommodate up to 100 people, making delegate or business meetings easier to organise and placing them in a conveniently central location, with the added bonus of ease of access.


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