A railway arch in Bethnal Green is about as hipster a location you can get when it comes to choosing locations for a tap room and bottle shop, and Mother Kelly's doesn't disappoint. The bar itself is inspired by New York, so you can expect lots of pared-back wood, a vaguely industrial feel, and lively, buzzy atmosphere each evening. 19 beer taps and six enormous fridges full to the brim with bottles of both well-known beers and more esoteric choices mean you'll never be far from finding something to tickle your fancy. There's no kitchen (the team decided it would take up too much space for beer), but the tap room hosts some of London's best street-food traders every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. What's more, Mother Kelly's has two bottle shops, in Stoke Newington and Homerton, where you can stock up on beers or take part in tasting events.