By now you’ve got a sense of how cool the Baltic Triangle is so continue to soak up the vibes with breakfast at Coffee & Fandisha. The speciality coffee shop serves hearty breakfasts and an array of great tasting coffee. Tea lovers should head to LEAF, just outside of the Baltic Triangle, and choose a brew from more than 50 varieties to accompany your meal.
After breakfast, head to Lost Art a skateboarding shop with a strong sense of community. The team here are friendly and knowledgeable and if you’re not a skater, pick up some cool skating attire instead.
Continue your retail therapy at Red Brick Vintage, in Cains Brewery Village. It’s easy to lose track of time wandering around the labyrinth of stalls selling vintage clothes, furniture and art. A stone’s throw away is Red Brick Hangar a treasure trove of independent stalls and businesses from farmers, boutique designers and tattooists.
After you’ve worked up an appetite shopping, pop across the road to Baltic Market. The industrial décor belies the delicate flavours on offer at its various street food stalls. From Vietnamese rolls to Cuban croquettas, you’ll find delicious food to make your taste buds sing.
Finish off your time in the Baltic Triangle with a visit to Constellations, a former warehouse turned urban retreat. Chill out among the leafy green plants in the cafe and art gallery or sit outside in the Kiwi-inspired garden.
The Baltic Triangle host several festivals like Homotopia, Threshold Festival and Sound City throughout the year. Check the Baltic Triangle website for more information.