Music plays a prominent part at this two-floor Dalston basement bar. It's hosted parties by Land of Kings, VICE, All Tomorrow's Parties and Paradyse Records, as well as live shows from the likes of VV Brown, Bloc Party, Chvrches, The Cribs and King Tuff. Entry to the bar is free but you might need to pay to head downstairs.
It's not all about the party though, with the food and drink coming courtesy of Coqfighter – a street food operation big into chicken. Expect chicken burgers and Korean-style, vodka and sesame-battered wings alongside bao buns filled with confit duck or pork belly. There's a corn fritter burger for the veggies, too.
Drinks-wise it's simple cocktails alongside beers by the bottle and a short selection of wine.
33-35 Stoke Newington Road
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thu 4pm-midnight; Fri 4pm-3am; Sat noon-3am; Sun noon-midnight|
|Transport:||Dalston Kingsland Overground|
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good food and cocktails upstairs, been to a couple of really great dancing nights in the club below, plus some brilliant gigs. the neighborhood is trendy but not so close to the heart of Dalston that the streets are overcrowded and annoying.