Ridley Road Market Bar

3 out of 5 Based on 8 reviews

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Ridley Road Market Bar

Ridley Road
E8 2NH
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Dalston Kingland, National Railway


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3 out of 5 based on 8 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Ridley Road Market Bar

2.0 out of 5 15 March 2014
by Tori U.

Okay, yea, no.

I don't mind hipsters and normally I can't even identify them so they have to be pointed out to me. However, here, you become completely inoculated to them as they fill this place to the brim with their ironic 'I-don't-want-to-dance-but-I-do' moves and their 'unimpressed-with-everything-but-naturally-more-discerning-than-you' looks. I realize that is extremely grumpy of me. I...more

4.0 out of 5 13 February 2014
by Kay J.

Been a couple of times now and had a really good time. Good atmosphere. Fabulous and friendly staff, generally a good crowd. Cheap cans and tequila shots. All round good fun. Only knocked a star off because the music isn't always the absolute best, but it suppose that's just personal preference anyway. Oh, and also the lack of cloakroom?more

1.0 out of 5 22 May 2013
by Doctor L.

Hipster douchebags queuing up outside in the cold to buy cans of beer and mediocre cocktails. Damn you, hipster douchebags.

Once you get inside it's too crowded to enjoy yourself. If you're under 25 and enjoy going places where you can say, "Wow, look at all the other people under 25 here!" then you'll absolutely love this place. However once you've moved past that then you'll realize that...more

4.0 out of 5 28 January 2012
by jasper c.

This place is strange and interesting and cool. Drinks are cheap, they had what looked like tasty and exciting food on a grill outside, and the clientele was some sort of pan-countercultural shitshow. The general aesthetic is that of a tropically themed quinceanera in a cafeteria.

The DJ's were playing early 2000's mainstream hip hop and the response was positive, though I couldn't tell who...more

4.0 out of 5 12 January 2012
by Siobhan K.

This is a relatively new bar/events space opened in Dalston.

They serve cans of Red stripe, some cocktails & wine. Food can be purchased from the different stall owners outside the bar and can be eaten inside.

They have a late licence too with different DJ's playing.more