Here East

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the news of The Breakfast Club opening up in Hackney Wick comes additional independent businesses who will be joining them over at Here East, the digital and creative industries campus.

Here East will take over the former Press and Broadcasting centre at the Olympic Park with the first retailers to open along with The Breakfast Club being The Bicycle Man, Gotto, Randy’s Wing Bar and Shane’s on Canalside. The new Hackney destination will bring together London’s most in demand restaurateurs with independent shops. This is only the first wave of businesses that will be taking up residency, the second wave will be announced soon. Hackney Wick is changing…

Opening May 2016
Here East, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London, E20 3BS