An Evening at the Queen of Hoxton

The Queen of Hoxton is, appropriately enough given its name, one of the best bars in London City. The Queen of Hoxton takes pride in being a youth club that embraces the spirit of the East End with a vibrant mix of bar, club and art collecting; all combining to make one of the best nights out you are likely to have on any trip to the City of London. If you are looking for a great way to start, or indeed finish, a night on the town in Hoxton, this is the venue for you.

Getting There

The Queen of Hoxton sits snugly between Shoreditch High Street Station, Mooregate Station and Old Street Station making it extremely easy to reach via the rail network. The Liverpool Street Underground is also extremely close by and connects you to most of the major tube lines; making getting to most of the rest of London extremely easy. If you somehow manage to be off the path of the tubes, there are a lot of bus routes that run through the area and will definitely connect to where you need to go. As an extra bonus the venue is only a short walk from the London City Suites by Montcalm, a perfect place to go while holidaying in luxury.

Drinks, Dancing, and Art

Drink and Dancing

This excellent East End venue has an exceptional regular programme of art, installations, and photographic exhibitions.There are often shows from live bands for the music lover and even fringe theatre and movie screenings. The Queen of Hoxton has set itself up as a stand out hive of culture in an already actively artistic district. The venue clearly suits the arty feel of the club with window etchings, graffiti, and even ivy decorating the walls. The multi-story nightclub truly has something for everyone with the basement bar for film nights and raves, a games room with pinball and foosball, and even a roof terrace so you can enjoy those warm summer evenings under the flaming sky.It is the perfect venue for lovers of the arts or anyone who enjoys a good night partying, so be sure to check it out while you are in the East End.

In the Area

Despite the extensive number of things to do at the Queen of Hoxton everyone knows that a night out is not complete if you only stop at one bar. Lucky for you the Queen of Hoxton sits snugly between the excellent night-out districts of Hoxton and Shoreditch with countless bars and nightclubs to spend your time in. If you find yourself peckish after a few drinks be sure to stroll over to Brick Lane for a hearty helping of some of the best curries in London. Finally, when the night has run its course it’s just an easy walk to the London City Suites by Montcalm and a cosy bed.

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