Ask anyone which rooftop in Shoreditch is the most unique of them all, they'll likely answer Queen of Hoxton. Notorious for their quirky themes, every summer and winter sees a different collection of events, props and drinks taking to the rooftop - this winter, they're taking you to Emerald City with a Wizard of Oz theme.
The Best Rooftop Bars In Shoreditch
Shoreditch has never been as popular as it is right now. Meaning? It's never been home to so many rooftop bars. And while the number is still relatively petite compared to the entirety of London itself, it doesn't mean that these Shoreditch rooftop bars aren't serious contenders when it comes to sky-high sips. Check out some of our favourites below.
An iconic spot above the Montcalm Hotel, this Finsbury Park beauty is a bar, restaurant and rooftop that offers a space worthy of the skyline. Head up during summer for stylish sips and excellent wines, or get cosy come the winter in one of their gorgeous igloos.
A private members club near Finsbury Square, this gorgeous spot in Moorgate promises a secret rooftop hideaway perfect for summer parties and intimate dining nights with friends. Swing by one summer evening and you'll see exactly what we're on about.
Not a lot of people know about this Shoreditch rooftop, but we're happy to share. Tucked away above a pub just shy of Hoxton Square, The Red Lion are keeping summer visitors sweet with faux grass, wooden benches and a very affordable selection of pizzas, burgers an bevs.
One of the first rooftop bars in Shoreditch, Golden Bee has plenty of party patrons behind it. Perfect for those that like to pair their sunny drinks with a night on the dancefloor, this late night spot is within easy walking distance of Old Street Roundabout.
Another stalwart in Shoreditch, Boundary Rooftop has been bounding around since 2009, and there are plenty of good reasons for why its stuck around so long. From its classy design to its food menu, this is a more lavish look over London.
A pub for all people, The Culpeper offers a truly unique rooftop space. Head to the top of the Spitalfields watering hole and you'll find a lush garden full of herbs and veg to be used in their downstairs restaurants, alongside canopy cover and fire pits to curl up next to when the temperature drops.