Servant Jazz Quarters

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Servant Jazz Quarters

A great little venue situated just behind Dalston's cultural hub, Gillett Square. Despite the name, SJQ don't only play jazz, but in fact host plenty of up-and-coming acts and up-and-come bands too. Their drinks menu features classy cocktails and fancy ciders and beers, including El Gaitero, Einstök White Ale and Chimay Blue, as well as the usual beverages.

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Servant Jazz Quarters says
Servant Jazz Quarters is a boutique music venue and cocktail bar in the heart of Dalston. Experience London's thriving live music scene during the week and some of the capital's hottest jazz musicians and DJs on the weekend.
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Venue name: Servant Jazz Quarters
Address: 10A Bradbury St
N16 8JN
Transport: Dalston Kingsland Overground
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  • Thursday August 24 2017

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Alanna S
1 of 1 found helpful

Best visited on a week day where you will be able to grab a seat and get served speedily, this is an absolute gem of Dalston nightlife. The cocktail menu is large and includes all the staples as well as a range of unique combos that really did stand-up to drinks I’ve has at some of the best cocktail bars I’ve been to in New York. My favourite is the ‘Sour Nuts’ – a nutty take on the classic Bourbon Sour. It’s amazing.

They have a lot of live music (particularly Jazz), which is excellent to enjoy in such an intimate setting.

Prices are standard for London cocktails but they do a Happy Hour early evening – so worth getting down early for that!

George B

Amazing cocktails- definitely the best drinks in Dalston. Fantastic service and an incredible atmosphere. Always great for a night out!

Hubert S

Fast becoming Dalston hottest gig and cocktail venue; still manages to retain independent and eclectic flair unlike the nouveau speakeasys that haunt the commercialised alleys of Shoreditch; SJQ still manages to offer a unique atmosphere. Varied gig listings throughout the week and a frequent in-the-know jazz night on Fridays earn this place an aclaim above copy-cat pretenders.

Laura B
0 of 1 found helpful

The concept seemed great but our Saturday night was disappointing. The bar staff were  rude/angry and the service was very very slow. They had a queue at the bar so then refused to serve anymore cocktails - it's a cocktail bar! Music from the dj was good, a nice alternative to your usual. Overall I probably won't go back.