bethnal green

Home Coming

Home Coming: Hackney

An intimate tour of one writer's home, one boarded-up nightclub at a time.
Daisy Jones
7.3.18
GENTRIFICATION

One London Street Vendor’s Defiant Stand Against Regeneration

Frank Wang has been selling coffee outside Bethnal Green station for 15 years, but his future is now in jeopardy.
Simon Doherty
6.29.18
South American food

Meet the Couple on a Mission to Make Arepas as Popular as Burgers

Kathe Cunin and Gus Salguero started Arepa and Co., a Venezuelan restaurant in East London, with one ambition: to get as many people as possible trying the traditional stuffed cornbread.
Ruby Lott-Lavigna
6.8.18
we saw this

The Foo Fighters Pub Will Melt Your Ice-Cold Heart

I went to the merch-filled London boozer and their fans are just so nice, dammit.
Niloufar Haidari
9.19.17
london rental opportunity of the week

London Rental Opportunity of the Week: We Are Officially Beyond Parody Now

A £350,000 shed! In Bethnal Green!
Joel Golby
4.18.17
christmas

This Is the Mariah Carey of Mulled Wine

London sommelier Frederic Marti’s mulled wine is decadent to the point of being OTT and galaxies away from the tepid plonk served at Winter Wonderland funfairs.
Laura Martin
12.6.16
East London

This Book Tells You Everywhere You Need to Eat in East London

Compiling recipes and anecdotes from Michelin-starred restaurants to local cafes and Turkish joints, East London Food by Rosie Birkett celebrates the area’s diverse dining scene.
Nell Frizzell
8.29.16
Stuff

Are Bethnal Green Locals Worried They'll Be Kidnapped By ISIS, Like YouTuber Marina Joyce Definitely Was?

It's a genuine concern.
Salma Haidrani
7.28.16
London

Inside the London Deli Bringing Italian Truffles to the Masses

"My father would have shaved truffles on his pasta once a week," says Stefano Dellutri, co-owner of The Green Truffle deli in Bethnal Green. "Here, it’s seen as some sort of luxury. I think it’s bullshit.
Josh Barrie
7.10.16
coffee

This Cafe Is Employing Homeless People as Baristas

London’s Second Shot coffee shop is tackling the capital’s homeless problem by providing rough sleepers with hospitality training. “We wanted to change the way people view homelessness,” says founder Julius Ibrahim.
Daisy Meager
5.24.16
Stuff

London Rental Opportunity of the Week: A Fucking Shed – A SHED – in Someone’s Front Room

For only £530 a month.
Joel Golby
9.2.15
The VICE Guide to Right Now

An Undetonated WWII Bomb Was Found in East London Today

The Luftwaffe's 100-year goal of destroying the East End finally seems to be over.
Carlton Férment
8.10.15