The Queen of Hoxton ticks many boxes for the cultured Londoner. Bar, club and art collective, it holds court in the heart of the East End with a packed programme of music, performed alongside a rolling gallery of art installations, fringe theatre and screenings. The ground floor feels like a grown up youth club, with mis-matched school chairs and cosy candlelight. Adorning the walls is a blend of window etchings, graffiti and ivy. The venue is also peppered with coloured light bulbs, giving it a somewhat relaxed feel. The downstairs bar and live music area offers the perfect antidote to upstairs, boasting a more grunge-like feel. The Queen’s Brewery provides many of the usual suspect cocktails, along with some unique offerings, such as the divine Don Quilita. If you’re feeling peckish, then be tempted by the Queen's bar snacks. These include Mexican fajitas and butterfly garlic king prawns.
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1 Curtain Road, The City, London, EC2A 3LT
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Queen of Hoxton
1 Curtain RoadThe CityLondonEC2A 3LT
- +44 (0)20 7422 0958
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On the last Friday of every month, this place hosts a live karaoke night!
Sing your heart out alongside a live 5 piece funk band! Excellent entertainment (for singers & for the audience!)
What's not to love?!
Defo recommend for a great night out!more
The rooftop is the best in summer.... there's a teepee and a BBQ pit and booze. What else do you need?
BOOM! Best review ever!more
Came here for one of their open air movie nights which was fantastic! It was great being there under the stars with a comfy chair and blanket and cordless headphones watching the movie. Also loved that they had a bar and a bbq on the roof. Amazing. Not sure about the rest of the bar, but I loved the rooftop!more
Queen of Hoxton is a very interesting bar on the outskirts of the Square Mile. Definitely not the place for city-dwellers as it's hot and sticky inside. The rooftop was closed when we went late Friday night, but the live karaoke in the LG floor was worth watching. A band of funky instruments plays along to the songs making it way more fun and interactive than normal karaoke. After the LG turns...more
Rooftop bars and bbqs are in theory a great thing. There are many reasons why they can fail and The Queen of Hoxton is a perfect exposition of these.
1) If you're a rooftop restaurant make sure you have a view.
Here the roof is overlooked by tall imposing office blocks. The only glimpse of outside world you get is either onto the neighbouring rooftops or a tiny break in the office blocks...more