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St John at Hackney Brewery, Hackney: brewery review

Expect regularly changing small-batch pours and excellent kebabs at St John, the latest addition to Hackney's already bustling brewery scene

Flavour of the Week: Morito Hackney Road

Sam and Sam Clark add a new and sexy outpost on Hackney Road to the existing Exmouth Road favourite. Expect sharing plates and lots of sherry

The Duke of Richmond, Hackney: restaurant review

It might serve a French menu in a British boozer owned by a chef versed in Italian cooking, but there's no identity crisis at Tom Oldroyd's latest venture – just simple and frequently brilliant cooking

The Foodist: on Hackney council's disastrous new licensing policy

A controversial new licensing policy could spell disaster for Hackney's nightlife scene. It's time to get involved

Foodism Beer Club: The Freshest Beers in London

At our next Foodism Beer Club event at the Beer Merchants Tap in Hackney Wick, members will get a hands-on tasting of some of the newest beers to hit London's streets

Tuesday 5 February 2019 at 19:00 - 23:00

The Five Points Brewing Company, Hackney: brewery review

You'll be hard-pressed to find a better pub and brewery combination than The Five Points Brewing Company and its accompanying classic Hackney boozer, The Pembury Tavern

Truman's, Hackney Wick: brewery review

The one-time biggest brewery in the world reopened in Hackney in 2013, and now its Fitzrovia taproom is bringing Truman's beer back to London pubs

Flavour of the Week: Number 90

A restaurant and bar in the middle of a canal-side multi-use arts space on an industrial estate in Hackney Wick, Number 90 sounds suspiciously like a Portlandia

The Laughing Heart, Hackney: restaurant review

With its focus on quirky natural wines and Tom Anglesea's ambitious but pared-down fine-dining fare, The Laughing Heart is a jewel in the crown of Hackney's food scene

Our/London vodka's recipe for hibiscus collins

Our/London's vodka may technically come from a Scandinavian company, but the spirit is still inspired by the character and larder of Hackney, where it's distilled. Here, it's served in a refreshing hibiscus collins cocktail