Bar & Restaurant
Stoke Newington locals love their largely independent shopping street and vote with their feet; Church Street’s family-friendly eateries and a great selection of homewares and fashion stores enjoy a lot of repeat business. This lovely boutique to let is tucked between two local favourites – Olive Loves Alfie and Hub – and would be great for young designers wanting to introduce their brand to this sought-after street. There’s also a workshop at the rear of the space that’s available at an extra cost.
Although it’s much more monied than it used to be, Stoke Newington has clung onto its bohemian, community vibe, and Church Street is its epicentre; this busy thoroughfare is a destination for this neighbourhood’s many buggy-pushing parents and young professionals. Weekends are the busiest times as locals and other Londoners come here for brunch, a browse around the shops and to check out Abney Public Hall’s regular craft and vintage markets, but weekdays are far from quiet. Stoke Newington station is a 10 minute stroll.
You’ll be in between designer menswear shop Hub, who stock brands such as Wood Wood, Folk and YMC, and family lifestyle store Olive Loves Alfie. Over the road, Abney Public Hall hosts a variety of markets and events, and The Good Egg is the local destination for brunch.
The space has a minimum booking period of 1 month.
The space is quite long and narrow.