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About Stoke Newington

Est 1899

Buried in the borough of Hackney, Stoke Newington has been hailed as the new place to be for London’s trendy brigade. Undoubtedly, much of the district’s success is down to its long-standing culture of local independent businesses, which is unique for such a relatively small area of the capital.  The multiculturalism of this area can be seen along the Stoke Newington Road where Jewish bakeries and Caribbean restaurants emerge among the trendy cafes and shops that start in Dalston’s Kingsland Road, reflecting the diversity and zest of N16.  The lively core of ‘Stokie’ is Church Street, where the pubs, restaurants, and shops preserve its ‘London Village’ charm.

Stoke Newington’s music scene is also buzzing and has an influence on many of the independent shops where you can find retro clothing or have your guitar restrung.  Dance the night away in the bars to unsigned indie bands and an assortment of DJ sets.  With its strong community-feel entwined with the multicultural diversity of London, Stoke Newington is the ideal destination to escape the multinational shops and restaurant chains for a unique and special London experience.  This is the perfect place to find stylish one-off pieces in one of the most distinct neighborhood on the East London fashion map.

Boutiques in the Stoke Newington area

Strut Man


111 Stoke Newington Church Street, N16 0UD
Tel: 0207 275 9283

Past Season Designer & Vintage Menswear

The latest addition to the Strut brand. A menswear boutique with an impressive selection of wearable vintage designer labels. Now showcasing up and coming new designers.

Best Known For

  • Vintage and couture clothing
  • Traditional pubs
  • Contemporary music

Getting There


55 & 394


Nearest is Manor House but that is 1.5 miles away.

Transport for London Journey Planner


Stoke Newington Rail Station.


Broadway Market is closed to traffic when the market is being held (9am - 5pm).

Opening Times

From 11:00am daily.

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