Great Pubs in Shoreditch

Let's just cast aside this trendy, alternative reputation and take a moment to recognise the damn fine pubs of Shoreditch instead. Featuring everything from relaxed gastropubs to lively late-night hubs and historic watering holes that sit on the edge of Spitalfields Market, this bustling section of East London has most bases covered, no matter what vibe you're after. Our shortlist of the best Shoreditch pubs includes the following...




Queen of Hoxton

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All-in-one venues aren't hard to come by, but few do it as well as Queen of Hoxton. As if operating as a pub, nightclub, performance venue and art gallery wasn't already enough, this hive of activity also boasts one of the best rooftop terraces in east London, which hosts regularly rotating, seasonal pop-up experiences. For summer, head over for your taste of Neverland. 

Dirty Dicks

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Ten minutes down the road from Shoreditch High Street is Dirty Dicks, one of east London's most infamous traditional English pubs. Fresh from a major refurbishment, Dicks is back and looking better than ever ready to host everything from after work drinks to lunchtime meetings and lively get-togethers at the weekend opposite Liverpool Street station.

The Owl and Pussycat

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An East London boozer with gastro dining and vintage styled interiors on its side, The Owl and Pussycat is one of the most laid back pubs in Shoreditch. Not only boasting a petite beer garden, made for their selection of London draught beers, The Owl and Pussycat promises affordable meals in a charming enviroment. 

The Eagle Hoxton

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When it comes to hidden beer gardens in Shoreditch, The Eagle is toting something of a gem. Only a short walk from Old Street roundabout, this locals favourite comes equipped with affordable pub grub and a garden space perfect for lunchtime beers.

The Jugged Hare

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Hungry, and in the Barbican area? Luckily enough, one of London's finest gastropubs is right around the corner. Specialising in seasonal British game as well as spit-roasted meats, wild fish and shellfish, there's a good, spirited atmosphere in which to enjoy some sumptuous dinner. Wash it down with something from their quality wine range, and stick around for a cocktail afterwards - you'll quickly want to make this your local.

Just a short stroll down the road from Shoreditch, The Victoria is a traditional local boozer that's widened its clientele by hosting great live music events. Showcasing some of East London's best up and coming bands, the venue's diverse drinks list and friendly atmosphere makes it a popular choice, not matter what sort of night you're looking for.

When people hear of The Angel, they note it for one thing most of the time: and that's the post-work drinkers. A perfect spot for a pint before catching the Underground, The Angel is a great example of a British pub where pints shine.