Worship St Whistling Shop
Built in 1778 this warm and welcoming church was the place of work and worship for John Wesley, the founder of the Methodist Church. You...
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Queen of Hoxton
This industrial-chic bar has a games room, basement and varied music nights, though the real drawcard is the vast rooftop bar, decked...
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Worship St Whistling Shop information
While the name is Victorian slang for a place selling illicit booze, this subterranean drinking den's master mixologists explore the futuristic outer limits of cocktail chemistry and aromatic science. Many ingredients are made with the rotary evaporators in the on-site lab .