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
One of the best rooftop bars I've been to in london. The food in the tee-pee is great and really good value (had the sausages and mash). Downstairs the seating could be better, but the cocktail menu and photo booth make up for it.more
Recently had my first experience at this venue and wow it did impress! Went during winter and the roof top bar is covered with open fire pits with an amazing atmosphere tepee on the roof top as well with great selection of hot cocktails. The staff even got us involved in some drawing games which ended up being really fun. Downstairs is a little more loud if your in for a big night. Overall...more
I came here for my birthday in Feb 2015 and it was great! Awesome crowd, good music and different floors to explore depending on what you feel like. Highly recommend it for any event!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
Another sunny day, another rooftop bar... The Queen of Hoxton is actually one of the more well known rooftop bars in London, and it's not really in Hoxton, it's really closer to Liverpool Street (big misnomer). When I went on a Sunday afternoon, the indoors area was completely deserted and there wasn't even someone serving at the bar there so there's no way to avoid the bar queue on the...more