Boxpark based in the quirky hub of Shoreditch fuses together concepts of modern street food and pop up retail. Customers can choose to explore their range of small retail shops downstairs including a range of independent clothing stores, gift shops and homely decorations. Shoreditch is a vibrant scene of hustle and bustle, offering quirky coffee shops and stores to help you escape from the crowds. Street art along with it's other colourful scenes makes this spot popular with students, along with its great value for food and drink to entice people.
On its upper floor Boxpark offers an incredible street food scene, with an abundance of smells, colours and flavours coming from all of it's stalls. Some of their most popular dishes include Japanese sushi, burrito's and other healthy dishes such as fresh salads and falafel. All foods purchased at Boxpark are available to take-away, or if you prefer to eat on the go, you can help yourself to some of the benches provided overlooking Shoreditch itself. With two bars also found on the rooftop deck, you can enjoy a range of alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverages to suit your palate at a generous price. Their street food range will typically set you back £6-8, with their drinks costing approximately £5 for a beer or glass of house wine.
It's not all about food and shopping
Yep, there's more. As-well as wine and dining you and your friends can enjoy the range of events hosted by Boxpark itself. They have a huge spectrum of events from art exhibitions, school choirs and vintage markets. To keep up to date with these events, and to explore their full food and drinks range visit their website here.
The fun doesn't end here If you've visited Boxpark Shoreditch and liked what you saw, a visit to their second Boxpark in Croyden is well worth a visit! With over 30 fantastic food options to choose from, it offers everything that Boxpark Shoreditch does, just in a different borough.