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Paradise Row became more than just a leather goods brand, it became a destination for people to have access to the East London lifestyle and culture we are all craving for. It became an East London community that we all want to be a part of.
We want to bring you the latest and lusted after from this fascinating area; from the latest openings to interviewing the people behind the fabulous brands East London has produced and to the people wearing Paradise Row. We have curated the slickest, most covetable, need to know right now all about East London. #paradiserowcurates
Paradise Row Places
Let there be Bright! Casual dining from the team behind Noble Fine Liquor and P. Franco with simple menus and stripped back interiors which under-promise and over-deliver.
1920s art deco and Moga girl themed Japanese restaurant bar opens between Bethnal Green and Shoreditch, replacing Noodle King and inheriting a building with an interesting, if not a little dark past.
Located in the heart of Shoreditch and owned by the incredible Vice magazine, The Old Blue Last is a great place for a lively night out. It is also one of the few places that hold free live music performances by underground UK artists.