The district of Holloway can be found in the borough of Islington. Home to a diverse, multicultural population, Holloway boasts a rich history and was once a largely rural area. Modern day Holloway is a retail and business hub as well as a highly popular residential area, with plenty of character and a lively atmosphere. In addition to great shopping, you will find it easy to access a variety of attractions that are just a short distance away, including art galleries, theatres and museums.
Irrespective of which part of Holloway you are in, you will find a diverse array of businesses that have office space in the area. Retailers, designers, advertising agencies, travel companies, insurance providers, record companies, PR consultants, charity offices and publishing companies all call Holloway home. Berkmann Wine Cellars Ltd, Henson Foods Ltd, Finish Creative Services Ltd and Kouts Andrew & Co are examples of some of the businesses in the area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Plenty of entertainment can be found within easy reach of Holloway. In addition to the local nightlife and pubs you can enjoy easy access to the Hen & Chickens Theatre for a live performance, enjoy a pub-theatre experience at The King’s Head or take in a movie at The Screen on the Green. There are many diverse dining options on the doorstep in Holloway. You can sample fine French cuisine at Morgan M, enjoy the international dishes at Tbilisi, or stick to traditional British dining at its finest at The Duchess of Kent gastropub.
There are a number of tube stations that provide convenient access to the underground network, including Highbury & Islington, Caledonian Road, Archway and Holloway Road. Mainline services can also be accessed via a number of railway stations, including Drayton Park and Highbury & Islington stations. Convenient bus and taxi access across the area also adds to the ease of getting around.