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HW: FI - Places to be and see

Hackney Wick: Fish Island

Hackney Wick: Fish Island is a prime place to be and visit in east London. With its local culture and history as a borough, there is no shortage of places to go for the latest trending cuisine, craft beer or art events out of a re-purposed industrial space.


See our selection of places to visit in this quickly changing area of London, or view our Newsletter for development and news about the property in Hackney Wick. 

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Hackney Wick Boulder Project

Great vibes and excellent music set this climbing wall apart from its competitors, and don’t forget to get a slice of their superlative cakes on your way out. This would make a creative alternative to the usual team drinks at the pub!


Mick’s Garage By Crate Brewery

A special collaboration between Crate Brewery and London’s bona-fide BBQ specialists, Berber & Q, Mick’s brings a Middle-Eastern inspired menu with shawarmas and kombucha to enjoy alongside resident DJ’s, bands, pop-ups and supper clubs. 


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Carved out of an old sausage factory on the canal, local artists provide Grow’s free events range from live jazz and blues, open deck reggae, open mic to art festivals. A lesson in sustainability, Grow’s strict morals translate into a free-flowing, easy-going, party atmosphere.


Beer Merchants

It wouldn’t be East London if someone wasn’t brewing and serving craft beer nearby. With over 500 brands and blends, Beer Merchants is home to London’s finest selection of craft bevvies, and the helpful staff make this a relaxing, un-intimidating spot to spend an afternoon putting the world to rights.


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Formans Restaurant

A riverside restaurant and bar specialising in Forman’s world-famous London cured smoked Scottish salmon and seasonal British food & drinks.


White Post Cafe

An avocado-on-toast haven in a tranquil corner of The Wick, this all-day multi-use venue combines arts, music, cinema and summer BBQs with weekend brunches and bagels.


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Serving a range of food alongside specially curated coffee, brews and wine, Pearl caters to all. Find them under the Hackney Wick sign around the corner from the Overground. Dogs encouraged to join.



Natura is run by a warm & friendly team in an attentive yet informal way. They pride themselves on the authenticity and quality of the pizzas, baked in a stone-baked oven and speciality pasta. They use the highest quality fresh ingredients available directly imported from Italy.


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Hub SixtySeven

Hub67 is a community centre, run by The Yard Theatre. Located in the heart of Hackney Wick, Hub67 provides a place to go to for the local community. They also put on classes, workshops and live events for all in the area.



You can learn more about Hackney Wick: Fish Island in our newsletter below.

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