Boogaloo was opened at Christmas 2002 by Jazzman entertainment. The people behind Jazzman, John Keane and Gerry O'Boyle, shared a vision and desire to create a bar that would establish itself amongst great rock n' roll bars of its time, their aim being to create a bar known for 'good drink, good music, and good atmosphere'.
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Venue Details & Map
312 Archway RoadHighgateLondonN6 5AT
- +44 (0)20 8340 2928
- Public transport:
- Highgate, Underground
It's always either over crowded or really empty.
Average beer with no ale at high prices.
The manager stands outside with a pretend guest list only letting people in who he views as either cool or good looking which is ironic considering the state of him. the whole place just has a negative feel about it.
A place to go if your boozed up and local nothing more.more
Awesome spot for a rock n roll boogie!! small, bit grungy and great music if you like Rock n Roll!!
Get your rocks on people!more
Lesbian Live Music.
Well not strictly Lesbian. Bi, gay, generally friendly people of any gender or description. I came to this bar as part of the Blue Monday's live music nights held once a month I believe. It's a cracking night.
It's not often I venture North of the river of a night out, but some friends persuaded me this way. It was easy to find just a hop, skip and a jump away from the...more
I had a great night at The Boogaloo - having parents who were heavily involved on the London music scene in their day and being brought up on a diet of the Kinks, Beatles, Rolling Stones et al in amongst an array of jukeboxes that have rolled in and out of our house over the years this place is an absolute find in terms of music.
I'm not too 'down with the kids' when it comes to current...more
Mid week boozing at the Boogaloo can be a bit dry, but catch it on a Friday or Saturday and it's generally heaving with a mix of 20-40 somethings with a more sophisticated music taste. A definite bias towards the 'Alternative' end of the music spectrum, the music here spans the ages - the dukebox doesn't house any records under 10 years old (to prove the music has stood the test of...more