Cat-friendly pubs, cheap and tasty tapas bars and inventive, accessible art galleries! Here are some of our favourite things to do in Walthamstow:
William Morris Gallery
The only public gallery devoted to the life and legacy of William Morris. Find out more here.
Vestry House Museum
Contains themed displays capturing the unique heritage of the local area. You can find out more about the museum here.
Gods Own Junkyard
Part art gallery, museum, thrift store, antique show and entirely bonkers for it. Want to a gander in the diabolic? Find out more here.
Half award-winning restaurant and half locally-sourced grocery store. Eat Out East here.
Red Imp Comedy Club
Run by the hugely experienced, charming and funny Susan Murray, this regular comedy night is a hidden gem of the highest calibre. The Red Imp is waiting for you here.
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56 St. James
A coffee shop with a cheeky side. On Friday nights, they slap their special licence down on the table and start banging out cocktails with a gorgeous punch.
Tours, beery beach parties, open mic nights and mini-music festivals. Get to micro-brewin’ here.
E17 Art House
A broad selection of prints, paintings, cards and photographs by local artists and illustrators. Some could end up on your living room wall! Before you see what treasures await, find out more here.
Their ‘Menu del Dia’ is £10.95 per person for two selected tapas, some bread and a glass of house wine or ½ pint of Estrella Galicia. (Available on Monday and Tuesday evenings or Friday lunchtimes. Check out the rest of the menu here.
The Village Kitchen
Can be pricey, so make use of their 2 courses for £17.00 offer on certain dishes from Tuesday-Thursday. Or their burger and beer/wine for £10 Tuesday-Fri 5-7pm. Find out more about the best kitchen away from home here.