Dalston Eastern Curve Gardens
This garden is typical of the kind of grassroots regeneration happening around Dalston: a project led by the community, for the...
Ridley Road Market
Massively popular with the ethnically diverse community it serves, this market is best for its exotic fruit and vegetables, specialist...
Dalston Roof Park
It's spaces like Dalston Roof Park that make you regret the fact that London isn't sunny year-round. Because when you sit in the...
This well-known music venue by night is a gorgeous cafe by day. It’s run by a Japanese–British couple so you’ll find teriyaki wraps...
18-22 Ashwin St · interesting places nearby
Cafe Oto information
Dedicated itself to promoting experimental and alternative international musicians, this is Dalston's premier venue for hipsters to stroke their beards in while listening to electronic bleeps, Japanese psychedelica or avant folk. Set in a converted print warehouse, it's one of London’s most idiosyncratic live-music venues. When there are no gigs on, it's open as a cafe/bar.