Roxy brings together cutting-edge digital screenings with high quality drinks & food. Films are shown every evening and food is available throughout.
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Roxy Bar And Screen
128-132 Borough High StreetSouthwarkLondonSE1 1NP
- +44 (0)20 7407 4075
- Public transport:
- Borough, Underground
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Went there a few days ago for Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert Q&A.
The Roxy screen is small but cosy with comfortable sofa and chairs. If you're there for the football. There is a really large screen near the bar. The biggest screen I have seen in any bars or pubs in London so far.
The waiting staff are friendly and made me very welcome.more
I went back and forth on a four star versus three star review and I had to end up rounding down, but with a giant push towards the fact that I would come back and try again.
The Roxy Bar is separated into two sections - the bar up front and the screens, couches and tables in the back. I really liked the feel of this place - old, classic, food and drinks flowing. It felt like a great spot to...more
I feel like Grant and I had different experiences here!
I thought the staff were extremely friendly for a London Bar. The prices were a little steep, but that is to be expected of the area. I enjoyed my pan-galactic gargle blaster. The meat platter was the DotC (deal of the century ya dingus) for the price. It was 10 pounds instead of 15 and was easily a meal of it's own for two people;...more
I ended up here with some friends from Yelp to watch "The Cabin in the Woods" on October 1st. I was really excited because I hadn't seen the movie yet, and surprisingly I had yet to be spoiled.
I show up early and Brian is already there. We look over the drink menu. We get a dinner menu. We're told that the platters (meat platter and veggie platter) are only £10 until 7 pm. That's a deal. I...more
I love The Roxy. In truth, I may be slightly bias. A few of my films have been screened there. But then, my films have been screened in a lot of different places - many of which I didn't like.
The Roxy is essentially a bar. And to be honest, I'm not much of a bar person. I've always been a bit socially-retarded in that way. But I am comfortable in the Roxy, it has a really nice and laid back...more