Howl At The Moon, Hoxton

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LONDON | Howl At The Moon Hoxton opened in 2009, after renovations were made to the Victorian era pub and serves an impressive selection of craft beers, real ales and cider from the UK and the rest of the world. At any given time you can expect to find around 25 beers on tap.

Food wise it’s well priced, solid pub grub focused around sandwiches and burgers, with a bit of an American influence. On Sundays a traditional Sunday Roast is also offered. Local bands also play live music here, which adds to the laid back, local’s feel of the pub.

A great atmosphere, eclectic fitout, and fantastic beer list make Howl At The Moon a great place to sit around and while away the hours with friends. It’s also a great pit stop for those visiting the market on Hoxton street just outside the pub.

Howl At The Moon

158 Hoxton Street
London N1 5LH
United Kingdom

Telephone: 074 0739 8975
Email: n/a
Website: Twitter

Open
Sun – Thu: 12:00pm to 11:00pm
Fri – Sat: 12:00pm to 1:00am

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