Thanks to TYE being part of Tileyard complex, there are plenty of opportunities to meet new people and unwind after a session with all of the incredible facilities they have on offer.
Grab a great selection of food and drinks at The Vinyl Cafe, or hang out by the fire-pit then head over to Campfire, the all new container-bar powered by neighbours Two Tribes. Tileyard also host a wide range of events at 'The Gallery,' ranging from Live Music to Private Parties to Stand-Up Comedy and Product Launches.
Next on the to-do list would be to take a short walk down to the stunning new development at King's Cross. Coal Drops Yard is the latest addition to the area and is a shopping centre like no other. There they host the boutique, the beautiful, the divine and the delicious all under one roof and even hold regular street markets and workshops.
From there you will walk past some of the area's most popular restaurants such as Dishoom and The Granary Square Brasserie where you can eat and drink looking out over the fountains by Regent's Canal. In the summer you can enjoy the Everyman outdoor film festival, but if the weather turns, there's always the indoor Everyman cinema just around the corner.
Of course, a canal-side drink is a must, The Lighterman offers food and drink on the canal itself - you can't miss its impressive structure standing proud at the edge of Granary Square. But for the more secluded and perhaps secretive canal-side terrace, make your way to Rotunda, the restaurant and bar based at the back of Kings Place, away from all the hustle and bustle of the surrounding area you can enjoy a quiet drink on the canal-side terrace looking out over the basin. Kings Place has an array of concerts, events and exhibitions all year round so you'll be sure to find something fantastic.
For the outdoor lovers, you can take a long canal-walk. Head east and you'll end up at Broadway Market in Hackney, or head west through Camden Town, towards Primrose Hill and onto Little Venice in Maida Vale. More locally there is the very leafy, urban nature reserve, Camley Street Natural Park.