1.The Old Shoreditch Station
We create exhibitions, events, products, print publications and collaborate with like-minded brands to provide platforms for creative talent. Part of the JaguarShoes Collective and sister venue to our flagship DreamBagsJaguarShoes, The Old Shoreditch Station is home to our café bar where we focus on great coffee during the daytimes and on whiskeys, wines and specialty beers in the night-times.
2.Zigfrid von Underbelly
Ziggy and Daly struck up a friendship and decided to open a space that brings together people of all ages. Zigfrid was getting along with the family again and wanted somewhere he could feel at home. Zigfrid von Underbelly was born: a home from home eating, drinking and thinking establishment aimed at people who believe “free your mind and your ass will follow”.
3.Queen Of Hoxton
Bar, club and art gallery, the Queen of Hoxton holds court in the heart of the East End, entertaining her neighbours with a tight programme of music accompanied by a rolling gallery of art installations and screenings. The ground floor is an intricate blend of window etchings, graffiti, ivy and a landscape of benches, while the games room holds table-football, vintage pinball and a unique Brighton pier 1960’s gaming rarity.
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4.The Old Blue Last
The Old Blue Last is a pub / live venue in Shoreditch, East London brought to you by the people at Vice. Since 2004 we’ve been bringing you the best forward-thinking bands and Djs seven nights a week, as well as secret shows by some of the biggest names around and all, more-often-than-not, completely for FREE. There’s a list of some of the bigger shows at the bottom of this page, or to see what we’ve got coming up take a look at our listings.
A glorious music venue snuggled into the heart of Hoxton. The Macbeth is a haggard old party pub that has been host to some of the most exciting artists, DJs and club nights in town. The likes of Florence and the Machine, Gallows, Annie Mac, Pete Doherty, Toddla T, Gang Of Four, Roots Manuva, Fucked Up, IS TROPICAL, Drums Of Death. We have a pool table, a lovely smoking terrace and a funktion-one sound system too.
6.Cat And Mutton
The Cat and Mutton has been a fixture in the East End since the 1700’s. At this time it was called “The Cattle and the Shoulder of Mutton” whose customers were mainly drovers who had brought their livestock from East Anglia to sell at market. There final resting place before taking their cattle and sheep into the city would be London Fields.
In the 1920’s, the good folk of Shoreditch shopped here for toasters, hoovers and the latest brand of gramophone. Now fine ales, beers, darts, billiards and a light up dancefloor offer the locals something a little bit different for it’s discerning patrons. Please step inside and take a look for yourself…
8. Hoxton Bar And Kitchen
9. Bar Kick
Originally opened as a Continental Bar/Café, it’s floor was painted (twice) with flags and it’s filled with vintage furniture, door dividers and, of course, French babyfoot.
10.The Owl and Pussycat
We’re located a short walk from Shoreditch High Street Overground Station. Old Street Train Station is about a 15 minute walk away.
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