Tag: Stoke Newington

Situated in the heart of Newington Green, the Greenhouse N16 co-working space is offering a 1 week free trial.
The Greenhouse takes pride in creating a positive and creatively stimulating workspace. It’s more than a run-of-the mill office share. They believe that healthy living and a friendly, creative atmosphere combine to bring the best out of anyone aspiring to succeed.
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Their ethos is that creative people should be able to work in a way which suits their needs at a time which suits them. In light of this, they tailor each membership package to the needs of the individual offering options such as 24/7 access, permanent desk spaces and hot-desking. unnamed
Communal areas including the rainforest-esque Green Cafe and well being room with weekly meditation and yoga classes are both part of the venues unique style which seeks to fuel and motivate creative individuals and businesses to grow, expand and flourish.
Seasonal food markets and Friday evening drinks are just a couple of the ways the Greenhouse allows members and the general public to mingle and get to know each other on a more personal level.
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As well as cool meeting areas and a large boardroom, they also have an on-site high-spec media lab perfect for design, video and audio editing and programming needs.
The Greenhouse is more than just a work place, it’s a community.
The Greenhouse
49 Green Lanes
N16 9BU
0207 226 5537
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There's a brand new cafe bar opening in Stoke Newington both called and found at 125 Church Street - offering free gourmet doughnuts with every cup of coffee purchased next week! The soft launch offer will run 12th-21th November as the bar prepares for its official launch on 18 November. 

With gourmet doughnuts by Crosstown Doughnuts, premium Caravan coffee, and US-inspired grilled sandwiches by day, and a wonderful array of craft beers by night, this stylish new venue certainly is an exciting addition to Church Street.

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Following the hugely successful launch of DIRTY DINING last month, Stoke Newington’s newest and dirtiest monthly finger lickin’ event returns to White Hart with the ultimate Cajun feast.

Throwing etiquette out the window, along with knives and forks, the Antic Collective pub will be transformed into a Deep South diner on Wednesday 3rd September 2014 at 7.30pm where guests will be abounded with piles of food, purposefully served for them to get massively messy with their mates.

Tickets cost £30 and can be purchased here.

Dirty Dining will see guests indulge in a low-down, dirty, piled-high feast, starting with three appetizers of Frank’s Hot Sauce Dressing Oysters, Shrimp Sliders and Cajun Onion Rings with Creole Dip.

The mains are a messy affair unto themselves.  The epic food journey, to be eaten solely with hands and that designed for guests to get as messy as they can handle, begins with Cajun Soft Shell Crab and Crayfish Boil, followed by Blackened Chicken, Boudin Noir Sausage Balls, Fried Corn Bread, New Potatoes, Grilled Corn on the Cob and Bread Rolls, served with Creole Sauce, Old Bay Dressing and Frank’s infamous Hot Sauce Mayo to ignite the fire in your belly.

For those who have dreamt of playing with their pud, White Hart will continue to spoil you rotten with Bourbon Flambé Bread and Butter Pudding with Vanilla Ice Cream Lolly, for guests to argue over while they shovel the sugary treat directly from the serving platter to their mouths.white-hart-dirty-dinning-728x1024

Doggie bags are for wimps, so bring your best eating game face and an ambitious appetite. Disobeying your parents and disregarding cutlery has never tasted so good.

 

Dirty Dining in Stoke Newington

August sees the launch of Dirty Dining, the newest and dirtiest monthly event from White Hart Stoke Newington, designed for guests to get as messy as they can handle.

Throwing etiquette out the window, along with forks and knives, the Antic Collective pub will be transformed into a beer, bourbon and BBQ joint on Wednesday 6th August 2014 at 7.30pm where guests will be abounded with piles of food, purposefully served for them to get massively messy with their mates.  Tickets cost £30 and can be purchased here.

Dirty Dining will see guests indulge in a low-down, dirty, piled-high feast, starting with three appetizers of Devilled Eggs, Fried Green Tomatoes and Burnt Ends Vol-au-Vants.

The mains are a messy affair unto themselves.  The epic food journey, to be eaten solely with hands, begins with Smoked Baby back Pork Ribs and Smoked Beef Ribs, followed by Chicken Wings, Bacon Sausages, Baked Potatoes, Grilled Corn on the Cob and Bread Rolls served with Red Eye Gravy, BBQ Sauce and Ranch Dressing, plus Bread & Butter Pickles for good measure.

For those that have always loved to play with their pud, White Hart will be offering up Crack Pie (Oreo cookie base, mint chocolate ganache, salted pretzels, whipped cream and drizzled salted caramel), for guests to argue over while they shovel the sugary treat directly from the serving platter to their mouths.

With a bourbon based cocktail on arrival and a bottle of craft beer served with the mains, plus a punchy pickle-back to end, plenty of alcohol will be on standby for those ready to ditch the table manners for an entirely more fun affair.

Cutlery is for for wimps, so bring your eating game face and hand to mouth skills.  Disobeying your parents and disregarding the norm has never tasted so good.

Hackney Poster April 5th & 6th

 

Hackney Flea Market runs once a month and the next one is at the start of April, The 5th and 6th to be exact.

The market is full of independent creatives & vintage wares and you will find it in Stoke Newington. Hackney Flea Market is all about the thrill of finding some personal treasures in a creative, and vibrant space.

All stall holders are hand-picked, and vary from Saturday to Sunday, month to month, so you’ll always find something unexpected. You'll find veteran sellers from established markets like Spitalsfield/Bermondsey, selling alongside locals clearing out their loft, as well as up-and-coming designers selling limited editions of handmade goods.

Expect to find a hall brimming with Vintage Clothes, 20th Century Furniture, Records, Scandinavian Glass & Ceramics, Jet Set Junk, Handcrafted Jewelry, Salvaged French Homeware, Antique Luggage, Curiosities & Collectables, Honky Tonk Textiles, Reclaimed Industrial Fixtures, Mid Century Danish Decor, Atomic Era Electricals & Beautiful Handmade Goods.

• Location: Abney Hall, 73a Church St, Stoke Newington. Hackney. N16 7HU

• Saturday 5th & Sunday 6th April 2014.

• Open 11am –6pm

• Free entry

• Indoors.

• Café selling fresh homemade delicacies

• Sound system manned by Private Avalanche