London Pub Crawl. Hackney

After our successful posts about Brixton and Bermondsey pub crawls, we now present a third one, this time in the trendiest and coolest area in London, Hackney.

This list (maybe leaving the first one out) can be seen as the Best Pubs in Hackney.


  • Explore Hackney.
  • Less “blah blah”, more “glu glu”.

Don’t forget

  • I.D.
  • Cash.

Route / Schedule

14:00 hrs. Meet @ Hackney Central Underground Station

14:15 Baxter Court

One of the 1000 JD Wetherspoons in the UK is always a good start. Low prices, questionable attendance, no music and funny carpets.  More information about this pub chain in our London FAQs.

Address: 282–284 Mare Street, E8 1HE

Baxter Court
Baxter Court

15:00 Hatch

A collection of doors on the front, and a great creative cafe, bar and hub for independent businesses inside. There is always plenty going on, from live music to live set and art exhibitions.

Address:8 MacKintosh Ln, E9 6AB

Hatch (source:

16:00 The Kenton

A young and bohemian crowd in a local boozer. The interior mixes candlelit antiques and modern curiosities. Good range of beers and a modest variety of food.

Address: 38 Kenton Rd, E9 7AB

The Kenton
The Kenton (source:

17:00 The Lauriston

Casual brick-walled pub with stone-baked pizza menu, live gigs, karaoke and weekend DJs.

Address: 162 Victoria Park Rd, E9 7JN

The Lauriston
The Lauriston (source:

18:00 The People’s Park Tavern

Village pub and microbrewery beside Victoria Park. Traditional pub food, great garden and a strong line-up of gins as well. Very friendly staff and crowd.

Address: 360 Victoria Park Rd, E9 7BT

The People's Park Tavern
The People’s Park Tavern (source:

19:00 Mason & Company

A hipster scene with Italian-American street food, numerous craft beers (20 on tap) and canalside dining. They offer regular special events and tastings as well.

Address: Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, 25 E Bay Ln, E20 3BS

Mason & Company
Mason & Company (source:

20:00 Number 90

A bustling pub, restaurant and art gallery, with live music, DJs and a huge waterside terrace. Great food with all produce locally sourced, an infused cocktail and expansive drinks menu.

Address: 90 Wallis Rd, E9 5LN

Number 90
Number 90 (source:

22:30 Oslo

Restaurant and club in a former railway station, for daytime snacks and an evening European menu. With a “Dark Nordic” theme, they offer an exciting music programme in a unique and large space (375 capacity upstairs and 250 downstairs).

They are open until late (3 am on weekends), so it is a good end for the pub crawl. For those who make it until the end, congratulations.

Address: 1A Amhurst Rd, E8 1LL

Oslo (source:



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