Queen of Hoxton | Shoreditch Bar
Installing a pop up yacht shop in your bar is a sure-fire way to drive custom.
Trust us, sails will be through the roof.
What’s even more effective, however, is merely converting your rooftop to a wood-decked, giant wigwam-sporting, workshop hosting drinking den.
Something which hasn’t escaped Shoreditch bar, The Queen of Hoxton.
A stone’s throw from the City, their decked garden holds up to 200 and includes pop up bars, festoon lights, and copious views. The fun continues after the sun’s gone down, as the Queen’s interior includes live music in the basement bar and a games room with table football and vintage pinball.
Back to that wigwam: each season, they kit it out with a different theme, played out in the decor, food and drink offerings. For this summer, they’ve converted it into ‘Lost Vegas’ – a futuristic vision in which eco-warriors and nature have taken over the city. Which, naturally, means you can find an abandoned American school bus filled with cocktails on tap and vegan junk food; vending machines filled with craft beers and wedding rings; Drag King Elvis ready to put at least one of those to use in the Vegas Chapel, and of course, plenty of slot machines.
You can bet on that.
NOTE: The roof terrace at the Queen of Hoxton is open now. You can find out more and make a booking at their website right HERE.
The Queen of Hoxton | 1-5 Curtain Road, EC2A 3JX
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