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, the Queen’s interior includes live music in the basement bar and a games room with table football and vintage pinball. But the real draw – at any time of the year – is the wood-decked rooftop, which is regularly dressed up with a different theme (as demonstrated by 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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