The Downlow On Bow: Why Everyone's Flocking Here
E3 is one of London’s trendiest postcodes. This Tower Hamlets neighbourhood has something for everyone, from families to professional City workers.
Do you dream of leafy parks, cool bars and seamless transportation? Then Bow is the home you’ve always wanted.
Encompassing Roman Road, Bow Road and Mile End Road, the area is packed with stylish restaurants, cosy cafes, chic bars and quirky shops.
Conveniently located just minutes from Canary Wharf and the City of London, Bow is attracting swathes of young professionals and families looking for an easy commuting experience whilst enjoying the buzz of East London living.
- Victoria Park is located 0.5 miles from the Roman Road, this attraction offers lakes, cafes and a range of facilities, including a tennis court and playground, providing a perfect setting for families and leisure seekers.
- Mile End Park stretches between Bow and Mile End. It is beautifully located along the Regent’s Canal, and contains a primary school, church, restaurants and cafes, all within its boundaries. For sporty types, it features a leisure centre, and for those who love a bit of culture, it boasts its own art pavilion.
- Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is on Bow's doorstep and is one of London’s most famous destinations, with endless things to do within its Olympic facilities.
- Tube stations: Mile End, Bow Road and Bromley-By-Bow stations serve three main London tube lines – Central, District and Hammersmith & City, allowing swift connections to the City of London and beyond.
- DLR station: Bow Church and Devons Road DLR trains run between Canary Wharf and Stratford.
- Bus routes: There are plenty of convenient bus routes such as 25, 108, 276 and 339 alongside with night busses. There is also a national express service, running between Bow Church Station and Stanstead Airport.
- Roads: The A11, A12 and M11 are accessible from Bow, connecting the East London neighbourhoods of Aldgate and Stratford with Essex and beyond.
- London City Airport: The Airport is just four miles away from Bow, and serves glamorous destinations, such as Florence, Geneva and Venice.
- Numerous pubs are spread across the neighbourhood. Exceptionally popular areas for drinkers are spread along the Roman Road, Mile End Road and Bow Road, as well as the canal hugging pubs along the Regent’s Canal, Herford Union Canal and River Lea.
- Voted one of London’s best beer gardens by Time Out The Green Goose, the Anglo Road pub offers a range of craft beers and classic pub dishes with a modern twist, perfect to accommodate a party of any type all year round.
- The Palm Tree, named one of London’s best riverside pubs and bars by Time Out; the historical pub dates to 1935 and is home to live music and savoury bites.
- Dubbed one of the most haunted pubs in London by Evening Standard, The Bow Bells isn’t just for ghost hunters. The well-decorated pub offers outdoor seating and oven-baked pizzas as well as a range of beers and pub bites.
Restaurants and Bars
- Located along the Roman Road, Symposium is an authentic Italian restaurant with an extensive range of wines, and it’s loved by the locals.
- Situated on Mile End Road, Rusty Bike Pub Mile End is a modern bar with a spacious outdoor terrace serving Thai food along with beers from around the world. Also being offered is live sports in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
- A popular E3 riverside restaurant, Forman’s presents a view of the Olympic stadium and specialising in fresh seafood.
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29 November 2019
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