70 Pubs and Bars found in or around Hoxton

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Charlie Wright's International Bar

A pub that puts together a combination of Belgian beers and Thai food doesn't sound original, yet this one manages to stand out, even in a part of town overloaded with bars. The decor is spartan to say the least - one room...

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Red Lion

The Red Lion is a remnant of what once could be found all around the back streets of Hoxton - a tiny corner boozer. Sat at the north east outer edge of Hoxton Square however, this has long been a trendier affair. The last...

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Trafik

Trafik is seemingly blessed with a prominent location, situated on the apex where Old Street meets Curtain Road, making it very much in the centre of Hoxton. Despite this, it doesn't jump out at you, with both its entrances...

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The Commissary

Hidden within Europe's largest photographic studio complex Holborn Studios and situated off bleak Eagle Wharf Road, the Commissary is something of a surprise. Its location - overlooking the Regent's Canal amongst the canal...

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William IV

After a temporary hiatus, the William IV is open once again. The washed out-out all-white look of the place - a stark contrast to the dark and moody pubs we've become used to nowadays - still in evidence. Truth be told, not...

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