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Hoxton’s Hotspots are hot again!

Hoxton’s Hotspots are hot again!


Many of Hoxton’s hotspots which have had to close their doors over the last few months have reopened! Great news for our owners at Hoxton Press and surrounding neighbours. There are too many great venues to list them all, but we have put together a few highlights for you to explore and enjoy over the summer.

Columbia Road flower Market

Columbia Road Flower Market has always had a fantastic vibe and the new look reopened market will still bring you a great morning out, just with a bit less hustle and bustle. The market reopened on 5 July from 8am to 2pm with spread out stalls and some extra measures to limit the number of people who can be in the market at the same time. If you live in the area and you’ve missed your weekly market jaunt, then stop by and support your local businesses. The traders will be there to welcome everyone back with open arms and pink peonies.

A clowder of cats

Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium is scheduled to re-open on July 16, all be it with reduced trading hours from 12 noon - 6pm. There’s more details on their website so take a look to find out how to book online and what is going on in the wonderland themed team rooms where their lovely rescue cats wander.

Up on the roof

Summer has officially arrived with the Queen of Hoxton’s rooftop reopening. If you have been counting down the days until you can share sunshine, food and drinks while you enjoy some amazing views of London then from 10th July onwards this is the place for you. You can find out how to book via their website as well as the safety measures and new procedures that will be in place.

Artisan Coffee is back

If there is one thing Hoxton has become known for, it’s artisan coffee so caffeine afficionados will be delighted to hear that Ozone Coffee Roasters doors are not back open, serving at both Leonard Street and Emma Street from 8am – 4pm, seven days a week - with the kitchen open from 8am – 3pm daily. There will of course be changes such as the eateries will be operating at reduced capacity for the foreseeable, so booking in advance is recommended.

Not quite open yet

Although the yard is closed with no access to the animals, you can still go to Hackney City Farm pick up veg from Growing Communities, pick up fish from Soul Share, shop at Get Loose and order take away at Frizzante Café (no reusable cups).


To find out about living in this fantastic London neighbourhood visit Hoxton Press which offers a selection of one, two and three bedroom homes. Call: 020 3308 9813 or email hoxtonpress@anthology.london to find out more and to take one step closer to your next chapter.   


Published on 06|07|2020

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