Bar, club and art gallery, the Queen of Hoxton holds court in the heart of the East End. Open every night of the year, the venue has hosted some big names including Tom Odell, Django Django, Lianne La Havas, Gold Panda and Miles Kane.
As well as the interior spaces, the Queen has a stunning rooftop garden complete with BBQ kitchen, bars, garden shed bathrooms, hanging gardens, astroturf and panoramic views over the City of London.
Quite simply, Queen of Hoxton is the ultimate youth club for the adults of the east side
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Queen of Hoxton
1-5 Curtain RoadThe CityLondonEC2A 3JX
- +44 20 7422 0958
Good locash for all your hipster needs, including tons of male ferormones, beards and deeply unfresh armpits, and overall mediocre drinks and mediocre food - BUT outstanding rooftop that gives you the ability of smoke and drink yourself silly while shamelessly flirting with River, the owner of the aforementioned beard and pits, who is totes looking your way wondering if the tight slutty pencil...more
Friday, beautiful sunshine, finished work at 5 and all my friends and I wanted to do was drink in the sun!
We arrived at Queen of Hoxton just before six and went straight to the roof top bar. It was already rammed of course and no where to sit but there was some space to stand.
Queued forever to order some of the fab sounding cocktails (frozen daiquiris and coffee cocktails) however their...more
Had an amazing night last night! My cousin is one of the choirpeople so Shell sales us To come and have a look, Well... I LOVED it! If you like sing-a-long-music, a good atmosphere and the funniest hostess you'll ever see, this event is really AMAZING! Every 3rd thursday of the month the live gospelchoir and crew make dure u'll have a night To remember!
I loved it!
I've only been to the Queen of Hoxton during warm days out on their rooftop gardens, so no late nights in the bar below or any of their wild and weird activities (when we were going up last time, they were preparing for their weekly Ukulele masterclass on Monday's). Nope, only the rooftop.
And the rooftop is nice.
It's a climb to get there, about five flights up. When you think you're done...more
The rooftop is spectacular. I have no complaints about the roof, and it really is the main selling point for the Queen of Hoxton. The bar's biggest problems are that use of the roof is limited due to noise ordinances and liability issues.
For example, if it's been raining they don't open the rooftop. I learned this the hard way the other night, which sucked because by the time we realized the...more