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A Local’s Guide To London, With Love and London

A Local’s Guide To London, With Love and London

When visiting a new city, there’s really nothing like a local’s perspective. You get the inside scoop on the best hangouts, coolest bars, and maybe most importantly, the yummiest food. That’s why we’ve decided to team up with a couple of in-the-know locals to help us find the best of the best when travelling.

London’s a bustling city that’s growing so fast, it’s honestly a little hard to keep up. To wrap our head around this huge city, we enlisted the help of Jess from Love and London. First up, East London.

East London

#1 Brick Lane Beigel Bake, 159 Brick Lane, London
#2 All Star Lanes, 95 Brick Lane, London
#3 Old Spitalfields Market, Horner Square, Spitalfields, London
#4 Boxpark, 2-10 Bethnal Green Road, London
#5 Queen of Hoxton, 1 Curtain Road, London

Next up, it’s West London.

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West London

#1 Granger & Co, 175 Westbourne Grove, London
#2 Rellik, 8 Golborne Gardens, London
#3 Hummingbird Bakery, 133 Portobello Road, London
#4 Portobello Road Market, Portobello Road, London
#5 National History Museum, Cromwell Road, London

(Lead image: Queen of Hoxton/Facebook)

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