Plenty to do on a weekend in this fab part of E17, so what to do first? Well, how about The Duke for cocktails and burgers, or maybe get in some pizzas from Marilucia before heading to the Ravenswood to have your mind blown by dazzling neon at GOJY, all whilst enjoying a gin cocktail from Mother’s Ruin. Walk a bit further on and the delights of Walthamstow Village await, or you could jump on the train at Wood Street if a night in town beckons (checking out the street art as you go). Once the evening is over and Sunday morning dawns, what better way to clear the head than with a walk around Hollow Ponds or Epping Forest, perhaps stopping for breakfast at one of the many cafes on Wood Street on the way home. (Go on, you deserve it!)
Picture the scene - you are sat in a café, melting into the best hot chocolate you have ever had, watching Morris Dancers whack each other with sticks, whilst a man dressed as a giant ram chases after a group of kids. Wood Street is the kind of place where this sort of stuff happens all the time. As well as events and family fun days, you will also find a load of street art courtesy of Wood Street Walls. Visit Wood Street Indoor Market and roam its narrow corridors which are packed with antiques, vintage, and all sorts of curiosities. Why not visit Homies on Donkeys taqueria, browse through racks of vintage dresses at Gigi's Dressing Room or perhaps indulge in a City Spa Day at Y.Wait Beauty Salon. If you get hungry, The Duke pub is good for beer and burgers, whilst the Flower Pot is a more traditional pub and is fully equipped with pool tables and dart boards. Plus there’s Teras Turkish Barbecue restaurant or The Brothers Fish Bar, which are also popular local haunts. Hollow Ponds boating lake and Epping Forest are just a short walk up Wood Street – both are excellent places to exercise, relax and unwind.
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