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Route 73 Kids
92 Stoke Newington Church StreetStoke NewingtonLondonN16 0AP
- +44 (0)20 7923 7873
- Public transport:
- Stoke Newington, National Railway
It's coming to that time of year when you worry what to buy the kids for Christmas. Now this doesn't even matter if you don't have kids, I don't have kids, but there is always a small troupe of children that require presents from "Santa" AKA Auntie Lizzie.
So with that in mind I think of this place. The great shop that has toys for all ages. They even separate it out like that making it easy...more
God I would hate to work in this shop. Kids are great and everything but the ones in Stoke Newington are spoilt beyond belief. I went into Route 73 today and it was full of brats screaming "Mummy!!! Can I have this?" It's five days after Christmas, FIVE DAYS! It can't have been all of their birthdays and they should have been at home playing with the organic, wooden toys they already...more
Route 73, a shop named after a bus route, lovely! I guess this shop was born from the multitude of young families setting up home around the ever gentrifying Church Street, i imagine i'd have been pretty excited by a shop named after my bus as a kid. Seriously.
They have a predicably lovely stock of clothes and toys for your youngsters, although they're a bit on the pricey side.
They have an...more
Route 73 Kids is a traditional toy shop in the middle of Stoke Newington Church Street, selling innovative toys and gifts for babies and young children up to the age of about 12. They specialise in well-made, colourful toys (think Early Learning Centre but with fun toys) and also have an excellent selection of small gifts for stocking fillers/party bag toys.
This is a good place to buy...more
A toyshop for both adults and kids! You'd be sure to find a present for a child in here, ranging from the traditional to the new. There are also bags and accessories to attract the older children in us!
There are a wide range of prices to suit every pocket - or even pocket money as the case may be. I went in here to find some board games for the cold and rainy weekend afternoons, and ended...more