A favourite venue for Bricklane's hipster community, 93 Feet East is a large bar with good DJs, regular live music and a huge outdoor cobbled beer garden.
Situated halfway up Brick Lane, it is right in the middle of the thriving Shoreditch nightlife and it is the area that lends this place its character as much as the venue itself.
On a weekend night, Brick Lane will be buzzing with people. Make no mistake about it: Leicester Square may be the official centre of London's nightlife, but for the young trendy crowd, Brick Lane is its beating heart.
93 Feet East itself boasts a large main hall, which stage several gigs a week, and two other smaller rooms, offering a variety of music to a discerning crowd. Expect dubstep and indie, not chart toppers.
Drinks don't come cheap, but that isn't unusual in this part of London. A Monday-Friday happy hour from 5pm-8pm has two cocktails for £6.90 as the flagship deal.
A major let down is the licensing hours, which see the bar closed by 11pm weeknights, and 1pm on Friday and Saturday. This is an awkward time for a lot of punters, both too late to go elsewhere, and too early to go home.
All in all however, this is a good bar, in a great part of London.