Written by Sarah
The Best Alcohol-Free Nights Out In East London
More and more of us are giving up the booze, and even if we’re not completely alcohol-free we’re definitely not drinking as much as people did 10 years ago. But what do you do on a Friday night when you don’t fancy sitting in a pub with a soda & lime? We’ve rounded up the best alcohol-free nights out within easy reach of The Project at Hoxton below to give you a bit of inspiration…
With over 800 board games, you’ll be spoilt for choice at Draughts. From Hungry Hippos to Monopoly this Board Game Cafe really does have it all, and to keep you fuelled for that intense gaming session they’ve also got a great menu filled with tasty snacks.
337 Acton Mews, London E8 4EA
If you love books this one is for you. Described as London’s “first/best/only literary night club”, Book Slam is a literary lovers dream with live readings, music, signings, and round tables. Although the location does changes, it’s often in East London (check the website for more details).
Bounce takes ping pong to the next level. It’s Europe’s largest purpose-built ‘Social Ping Pong Club’, and is a great place for a friendly knock about or a more competitive battle. With pizza, DJs and Wonderball (a giant immersive computer game), you’ll never want to leave.
241 Old Street, London EC1V 9EY
From Beyonce dance classes to Candlelit Yin Yoga, Frame is a great place to try some alternative fitness classes and the best part is you won’t even realise you’re working out! It’s fun, suitable for beginners and great place to spend your Friday night if you’re trying to be a bit healthier.
New Inn Yard, London EC2A 3EY
A UV garage, scrapyard slides, circus freaks and jungle bathtubs? Yes, this crazy golf course really does have it all. With four 9-hole courses, there’s plenty to swing your way through at Junkyard Golf and when you’ve got that hole-in-one you can reward yourself with a dirty hot dog.
Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane, London E1 6QL