The Hoxton Square bar is the drinking den of choice for uber-chic Shoreditch scenesters, and can boast the likes of ... More
Hoxton Square Bar
The Hoxton Square bar is the drinking den of choice for uber-chic Shoreditch scenesters, and can boast the likes of Brit-art's enfent terrible Tracy Emin and hip designer Alexander McQueen amongst its clientele. It's another London bar with bare concrete walls, battered leather sofas and dim lighting, but the city's bohemians seem to love it and the soporific ambience is comforting and relaxing. It gets extremely busy at weekends, but in the summer customers spill out onto the patio area at the front of the bar, which looks out onto the square's attractive garden.
nice bar, decent atmosphere...
but they knicked my bag in there!
so if you go there, beware of the snaffling uber-chic scenesters!
and they should review their door policy in that place, once you're in you can't go out and come back in?!
the music was rather average electro-dance mash-up, so in total not worth the hype! there are nicer palces in shoreditch!
Firstly Lux Bar fulfills all the fundemental needs of a good night out: free entry, reasonably priced drinks and no dress code. On top of that the music is great, a real electic mix of rock classics, funk, dance anthems with a few odd little numbers thrown in to add a twist to the cocktail. In response to this the atmosphere buzzes with pheromones and casually throws out a net of unity across the crowded dancefloor. There's a real happy vibe going on but the sense of familiarity does not breakdown into an excuse for tacky bad behavior. The decor throughout is indulgent with old leather sofas and chandeliers and although the club appears pristine the feeling of "anything goes" remains. The only reserve I had about this place was the heat. It was hot! The air-con was either not working or they had none and after an hour on the dance floor sweaty brows were a common sight. If your looking for a fun night out, hold the pretense, with extra glitz and glamour - rock style - then Lux Bar is for you.
The music at zigfrid was different from the high street pub and so were the people, it has an off the wall feel and a showbiz feel about it. Me and my friends will make this a place that to be at the weekends. The drinks were a fair price for London, they did not break the bank.
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