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Venue details

  • Address:

    Beagle 397-400 Geffrye St
    E2 8HZ

  • Venue phone:

    020 7613 2967

  • Venue website:

  • Opening hours:

    Open Restaurant 6pm-midnight Mon-Tue; noon-3pm 6pm-midnight Wed-Sat; noon-6pm Sun and Bank Holidays. Bar 4pm-midnight Mon-Fri; noon-midnight Sat-Sun. Café 7am-5.30pm daily.

  • Transport:

    Tube: Hoxton rail

  • Map

    1. Beagle

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4.7 / 5

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Fantastic cocktails - these barmen really know their stuff. No well known brands here, they seek out the unusual and the best plan is to sit at the bar asking for tasters. On a Sunday they do four different types of Bloody Mary and have a folk duo playing all afternoon. My new favourite, and its right next to the Overground.

Jimmy McFad

Killer coffees in the morning, and great drinking and food after work. A perfect stop off if you work and live by Hoxton.


Delicious, simple British food in a beautiful space. Can't wait to go back


Cocktails, service, setting and food are all excellent. As a veggie I particularly enjoyed the vegetarian option; interesting and considered and not a risotto in sight!

Lucy Cox

Thoroughly enjoyed my meal at Beagle. The steak was the most delectable and flavoursome I have ever tasted! It was really hard to choose a starter as they all sounded amazing. Really inventive British produce used to create mainly vegetarian starter courses. The cocktails were delicious - mine had black pepper bitters and rosehips - yum. Plus the bar snacks looked really good value - pulled pork and red cabbage for £4. I plan to go back!


In a grim gastric landscape of faddish fast food joints and try-hard cocktail bars, Beagle stands out as being a place that just got it right. Hoxton now has a place that's here to stay. All the key elements are well thought out and firmly in place: I've been three times now and each time I've encountered friendly staff who know their stuff, great food whether dining in the bar or the restaurant (the meatballs are the best I've ever had), and the kind of cocktails list that has something suitable for every mood, and every time of day. The crowd's great and the space is fantastic - it's definitely my new favourite spot, and judging by the enthusiastic crowds, it's everyone else's too.