This music venue and lounge bar in Islington plays host to a mix of riotous rock 'n' roll upstairs, while offering some downbeat decadence and bluesy class downstairs. Expect music from the usual and not-so-usual suspects in a unique and quirky setting.
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Let's get it out there, if I could give this place zero stars I would.
Thanks to the incredibly rude staff members, our evening was ruined. On two occasions we witnessed the bartender pour mixed drinks from the end of empty bottles - therefore actually not pouring the drinks we paid for. We politely asked him to rectify his mistake. He was none too pleased. After the second incident he...more
Honey Bee shot is WHERE IT'S AT!! Honey whiskey mixed with Baily's. I could drink it all day, all night. Delish.
This bar is usually packed on the weekends but for good reason. The music selection is good and it's a chill bar with a rowdy crowd without the club feel. The ground floor has tables and seating while the upstairs is more of a club/dance floor.
The bartenders are nice and the...more
busy on a Saturday night, the lovely bouncers are a plus to their reasonably priced drink menu. this place is usually quite empty on weekdays/ early nights.
age group is between early 20s to 30s. very laid back with Victorian interior with dj live music. several raves and comfy seats on the ground floor.
huge range of drink options, wine to mixers. bartenders are not especially friendly, our...more
For me the Lexington didn't live up to expectations, but was okay nevertheless. It's a pretty big place, with loads of space and high ceilings, but still managed to be rammed when I swung by on a Friday night. Maybe I hang around two many specialist beer places, but for what is supposedly an American-themed pub, I found its range of beer disappointing. Standard Sierra Nevada, Anchor Steam...more
Went there for a concert, arrived a bit earlier and wait in the pub, it's nice and cosy. They have a old-vintage decoration with big armchair and wooden table, the idea you might have for an Old English Pub. We order beer of course and waited until the first floor opened for the live concert.
The stage has good dimension for a pub and it's spacious also for the crowd. The accoustic was good...more