Among the stalls of studded belts and blues bars of Camden is Boho, a new addition to this iconic nook of North London. With twists on comfort food, free entry club nights and a happy hour that actually lasts three, what more could you need?

The Venue

Barely a hop and a skip from Camden Town tube, Boho is found beneath the bright blue building on Inverness Street. The venue proves size doesn’t matter; it’s slim size is compensated for with sleek design including the exposed brickwork and impressive bar that’s compulsory for any cool new opening. Relaxed restaurant seating near the bar leads to seating at the rear, for when the night shifts from sharing a camembert to shaking it to resident DJs, cocktails in hand.

Boho is an intimate and contemporary new venue within a stone's throw of Camden Town station.

The Food and Drink

As a kitchen-come-club, Boho caters for bar snackers and big eaters alike. Their menu is filled with pumped up pub grub including pork croquettes and quail Scotch eggs. Their take on classic British comfort food also includes the compulsory bangers and mash, as well as a brisket burger that's as messy as it is delicious. Cocktails are the tipple of choice at this new Camden haunt, with a happy hour that actually lasts for three. Enjoy 2 for 1 drinks every day between 4-7pm and choose from cocktail menu classics such as the Cosmopolitan or try their own concoctions such as the fatefully named Zombie. Come back to Boho on Sundays and cure the hangover that said cocktails are to blame for with their epic Sunday Roasts that also cater for vegetarians and vegans too.

There's bumper happy hour discounts on the classics and bespoke cocktails between 4 and 7pm.

The Atmosphere and Clientele

Boho understands that you’d rather spend hard earned cash on drinks instead of an entry fee, so every night is free to get in - even at weekends. With resident DJs taking to the decks every Friday and Saturday night, you’re promised a refreshing break from the chart remix monotony of other high street clubs. Expect the music to be cutting edge but not clubland - this is more a place for flirtatious conversation than fist pumping. Although laid back, Boho is careful about it’s clientele - this isn’t a place you’ll find 18 year olds nursing a pint. So the venue is perfect for those who’d rather have a night out that doesn’t leave them feeling like a chaperone on a school trip.

Always free to get in, there's a mature vibe to the clientele at Boho.

Summary

An easy to find location with hearty food, hard drinks and happening DJs, Boho is a new gem in Camden's crown.