Stuck in Shoreditch: Reasons to visit the East London heartthrob
Picking favorites isn't always good, but when it comes to this London neighborhood, I just couldn't leave. On random Saturday nights and Sunday afternoons you could've found me wondering through Shoreditch. I caught the 205 bus from Kings Cross, straight to Box Park and that's where my adventures always began.
Fresh fruits stands, artisan pizza shops, crafty vendors and outdoor musicians. This is Shoreditch. Shoreditch is a very trendy neighborhood in East London, where you'll experience these things + much more.
I love roaming through the East end on evenings where I can catch some great food at the many outdoor food markets (Street Feast, Dinerama, Kerb, Upstairs at BoxPark). There's so many options for dining out its crazy.
Saturday nights consisted of hunting down good eats and pub hopping with friends. The only way to bring in Sunday is to be in awe over the busk the box singers. Followed by vintage shopping and eating some of the best street food on Brick Lane.
My absolute favorite element of Shoreditch is the vibe. There is always something to do, see or eat. The street art will captivate you around every corner. You'll meet cool people who just want to have a good time.
Shoreditch is full of lots of memories for me. It's the first neighborhood that I ever got to explore in London and the last that I revisited. If I ever make London my home, East London would be my on address.
Shoreditch is so full of character and life. She's always happy even on gray England days. I want to be just like her.
Thanks for the memories.
Even when I'm 3,000+ miles away I'll always be stuck in Shoreditch.
You. Me. Lunch. started as a saying between my best friend, Khaila, and I. It's been our way of saying 'see ya later' since we were seven years old. I guess you can say I'm an actual food baby.