What’s Hot in Shoreditch: Places You Need To See

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We love the flexibility and freedom that comes with the remote working life. With this, comes the opportunity to explore new areas and find new places to enjoy!

With our upcoming event being the first of our London-based events, we wanted to share some of the places you need to see around Shoreditch!

From places to stay, places to eat and places to work, here are our favourite places in Shoreditch.

Places To Stay

The Curtain

The Curtain, a hotel and member’s club in the heart of Shoreditch, is THE place to stay!

We’re talking warehouse living with impeccable style. We love the exposed brickwork, hardwood floors, and photos by iconic artists, Mick Rock and Pete Hawkins - talk about Manhattan vibes.

They also have the comfiest beds, the most delicious tea (from T2) and coffee.

They also bring you whisky and sweets on arrival, what a sweetener (excuse the pun).

With two options for dining in either LIDO, an exclusive year-round dining destination with big sky views, or Red Rooster Shoreditch, straight from the streets of Harlem, you’re spoiled for choice!

We also love the fabulous new bar, Green Room - serious interiors envy.

Soho House

Soho House was initially founded as a private members’ club for those in the creative industry.

Since then, Soho House has gone on to open 23 clubs around the world, complete with restaurants, cinemas, workspaces, spas and bedrooms.

Shoreditch House is a space to work, meet and relax, with a rooftop pool (!!!).

There are only 26 rooms at Shoreditch House, so it’s always best to book sooner rather than later.

We love the Cowshed Spa, found at Shoreditch House. Unlike any other hotel spa, the Cowshed is the ultimate location to wind down.

One of our favourite treatments is the Balance Body & Mind Massage, where your Chakras become rebalanced with a light touch massage using crystals and 100% natural oils.

Places To Eat

Because finding the best food places is high on our priority list, always!


Dinerama is a global street food market housing a cluster of stalls & bars in a lively environment.

The disused space has been turned into a unique eating and drinking environment, bringing great street food, brilliant booze and vibes to people around London.

Filled with different cuisines, Dinerama is the perfect choice if everyone fancies something different (great for us, with meat eaters, veggies, vegans and those who don’t like spice)!

Club Mexicana is a firm favourite of ours, making 100% vegan and totally banging Mexican-inspired street food. Get your nachos and tacos here!

Dinerama is only open Wednesday - Saturday so don’t forget to check before you head on over!


With a similar vibe to Dinerama, Boxpark is another one of our favourites to visit.

Boxpark is proudly the world’s first pop up mall.

They’ve fused the concept of modern street food and the pop-up mall, with an exciting array of specialist brands housed underneath the food market.

You can find independent and revolutionised retail stores from The Ordinary to Astrid & Miyu to Papersmiths; there’s something for everyone to discover.

What The Pitta for the best meat-free munch is our go-to in the food market!

For those of you with a sweet tooth, Dum Dums Donutterie is the place to go for deliciously fresh-baked doughnuts.

East London Juice Co

East London Juice Co is another of our favourites!

As advocates of a balance between business, health and lifestyle, we love what the East London Juice Co stands for.

Get your crystals and plant-based shakes here!

Busaba Shoreditch

For all of your delicious Thai food and Asian inspired cocktails, Busaba Shoreditch is the place to go.

With a strong emphasis on defining yourself by your approach to your food and traditional Buddhist values, it’s a brand we’ve really come to love!

Make your way here if you’re a spice enthusiast (like Chloe).

Cereal Killer

Introducing the worlds first International cereal cafe, Cereal Killer, selling over 100 different types of cereals from around the world.

Visit for breakfast, lunch or dinner and relive the years of your childhood in the 80s and 90s themed cafe.

Who doesn’t love a late night bowl of cereal?

Places To Work

Soho House

As we mentioned earlier, Soho House is a private members’ club with some genuinely amazing workspaces.

House rules dictate that you are only allowed to work in the Square Bar, Sitting Room, Lazy Lawny and by the pool all day, and in the House Kitchen and Roof until midday.

One of our favourite rooms to work in is the games room. The room is filled with large workstations, seating around the perimeter, and a communal whiteboard for presentations.

Come 6 PM, the room turns into a ping-pong hall with a waiter service for cocktails, beer and a bite to eat.

What’s better than closing your laptop and turning your work-space into a game of ping-pong?

Ace Hotel

While Ace Hotel may be, yes another hotel, we love it for the excellent co-working environment!

The ground floor cafe boasts lots of coffee and cocktails and has a truly exciting buzz for co-working if that’s your thing.

As we said earlier, we really love East London Juice Co. which is found right next to Ace Hotel. They offer nourishing botanical and medicinal combinations in the form of juices, tonics and elixirs made freshly in-house - all of which are available to order from the comfort of your room or table at Ace Hotel.

So that’s it — our roundup of our favourite places to visit while you’re in Shoreditch.

Come and explore Shoreditch further with us, at our next event - Find Your Ideal Customer with Cone Accounting, on Tuesday 5th March 2019.

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About the author


Evie Cox is the Virtual Office Manager here at Cone. She loves wearing many hats in her role, with day to day jobs ranging from general office admin, developing graphic content for web and social media, and writing the odd blog here and there.


Evie loves yoga and meditation, being beside the sea, and shares her home office with her DaxiJack pup Rosie!