Best Beer Gardens In Shoreditch
Now rife with development and investment, Shoreditch is ever-changing. One thing we hope will never change? Its petite, but mighty selection of beer gardens. Tucked behind alleys, found atop pubs and sitting pretty on the side of the road, there are plenty of places to perch for a pint when the sun shines (and heaters to loiter to by when it doesn't). Check out our recommendations for some of the best beer gardens in Shoreditch.
With a theme that's ever-changing, the rooftop beer garden at the Queen of Hoxton never stays the same for long... which adds to the charm. One of few roof terraces in the area, it's the perfect spot for refreshing pints in the summer months and hot toddies beside the firepit in the winter.
The Fox doesn't just have a Shoreditch beer garden, this beauty has a quaint little rooftop terrace for you to enjoy. The relaxed retreat is popular with the post-work crowd, boasting a fantastic selection of world beers and pop-up food residencies.
Located on Bethnal Green Road, BrewDog offers some of Shoreditch's finest craft ales. Decked out with neon signs and exposed brick walls, it's the terrace that really sets this place apart. Grab a table in this suntrap and spend your afternoon making your way through the impressive selection of drinks and hearty burgers.
Located in the heart of Hoxton (Shoreditch's trendy neighbour), The Eagle is a vibrant dog-friendly pub boasting a sunny courtyard to the back. Head here to feast on British classics such as beer-battered fish and chips, flavoursome salads and juicy vegan burgers, washed down with an Aperol spritz or a jug of Pimm's.
A bustling babe with more than enough beer to keep you happy, Strongroom is a side-street nugget of gold. From its live music nights to its outdoor bar, this is the place to be once the sun starts shining in Shoreditch.
A heated beer garden in the winter, a tropical favourite in the summer, Barrio Shoreditch is for the fun loving party people of East London to enjoy a few Mexican plates and vibrant colourful cocktails aplernyy.
You may have to tottle on down to Brick Lane for this al fresco recommendation, but it's well worth the journey. With creative cocktails and a quirky but intimate beer gardens, it's one for those that want a little more sparkle from their bevs.
A wonderland of all things food, drink and late-night mischief, Big Chill comes alive in the summer months. Boasting one of East London's prettiest beer gardens, drinkers can enjoy generous 2 for 1 drink deals throughout the week as well as live DJ sets and boozy brunch offerings.
The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and it's time to enjoy those alfresco sips. Gigis Hoxton boasts a bustling East London beer garden, complete with wooden benches, verdant shrubs and a removable roof for when the weather decides to turn.
One of the best places to drink outside in Shoreditch, Ninety One Living Room is bar, restaurant and courtyard on Brick Lane that's just begging for your attention this summer. Join them under the stars for tasty food, vibrant cocktails and a relaxed ambience.
Located along East London's Hanbury Street, JuJu's Bar & Stage is home to one of the best beer gardens around. Grab a table in the sun-soaked spot and spend an afternoon sipping on craft brews and seasonal cocktails. Or, turn the heat up and sample some of its Mezcals.
Right in the middle of Shoreditch, just off Hoxton Square, you'll find The Red Lion with a sunny beer garden space on its rooftop. Better yet, the kitchen whips up pizzas and burgers, while the games room is ideal for playing pool, table football table or on the retro arcade.
Rolling Stock is a mega Shoreditch venue with plenty of late nights on its side (think DJs and the odd live band), but we're here for the beer garden. Gravelled with plenty of benches to settle down on, it's a hidden gem in our opinion.
What might be one of the most popular beer gardens in Shoreditch, The Crown and Shuttle has plenty of space to play with. Boasting one of the biggest outdoor spots in the area, this place is trailed with greenery and pergolas. Packed out on matchdays, head here to watch the biggest sporting fixtures on the outdoor TV screens.