Located in the East End of London, Hoxton is situated immediately north of the City of London’s financial district and is bordered by Old Street to the south and Regent’s Canal to the north. As well as being the location for celebrity chef Jamie Oliver’s first Fifteen restaurant in 2002, Hoxton was also home to Alfred Hitchcock, who began his career here. This area has become a trendy, forward thinking part of London in recent years and is now home to many of the City’s young, creative individuals. Hoxton’s neighbour, Shoreditch, is known as a fashionable part of London and boasts a variety of restaurants and bars to enjoy - all within walking distance- as well as a multitude of other forms of entertainment including art galleries and museums.
Setting up your business here
Whether you are looking for ways to entertain a client, an office space with a view or an easy location to get to, Hoxton has it all. As well as the extensive entertainment and exclusive restaurants that are on offer in the area, Hoxton is also able to boast excellent business networking opportunities due to the popularity of office spaces, which are home to a variety of businesses from production companies such as Red Earth Studio to recruitment firms such as GSL Education. Hoxton is also in close proximity to a number of transport links. As well as being served by the Overground rail service, you are also able to use the London Underground, buses, taxi cabs and even London’s public bike scheme to get around the area; and if you are planning on driving to Hoxton, there are also a number of convenient, secure car parks for you to use.
A typical office in Hoxton
Here is an example of a typical office in this area:
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Things to do in Hoxton
Hoxton has the ability to entertain, whatever your taste. Whether you are looking for a quiet bar after work or hoping to make an impression with an important client, you are sure to find what you are looking for. Cocktail bars such as White Lyan and Book Club in Shoreditch are very popular with the after-work crowd, as well as traditional pubs like George and Dragon on Hackney Road which describes itself as a mixture of East End earthiness and Hoxton bohemia. Being a creative and vibrant area, Hoxton has a host of shows for you to enjoy, from live comedy at the Comedy Café to a musical performance at the Old Blue Last. If you are hoping to dine out then you really do have a plethora of mouth-watering, diverse and atmospheric dining establishments to choose from. Whether you are looking for a quick bite or a three course meal you can choose from restaurants such as the popular burger joint, Meat Mission; the Mediterranean menu of Tramontana Brindisa or any of the area’s French, Italian or British restaurants.
- Tube lines: Northern; Overground
- Mainline stations: Old Street; Hoxton
- Nearest motorways: M1; M11
- Nearest airports: City; Heathrow
- Other: 8 bus routes in and around Hoxton