The Queen Adelaide

 2nd March 2016
The Queen Adelaide

Victorian tomb meets modern day hipster at East London's newest hot spot,The Queen Adelaide.
Yes, East London has surprised us yet again with another lush hangout for the queer community and this time it comes in the form of an old fashioned gay pub on Hackney Road.


The old school styled bar has a kicked back feel with a calmly lit atmosphere. All it's missing is a fire place or we'd be moving in. Walking through the door, you are transformed back to a time when Nirvana was on the radio and smoking was more of a hobby than a habit. The bar is stocked with posh beers and cider fairly priced and deliciously refreshing. (no beer on draught). More importantly, the people behind the bar are very warm and friendly.


On the weekends, The Queen Adelaide brings the party to the basement bar, open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night with quality DJs playing a mix of genres. The basement can only be described as a bit of a beehive with little pockets to hangout in. Call us Kim and Aggie if you must as we also have a lot of praise for the squeaky clean toilets which is sadly a rarity in this day and age! The Queen Adelaide has a different vibe every night which makes it so refreshing and a top contender for an alternative gay night out.

written on Wednesday 2nd March 2016
Where is it?

483 Hackney Road London E2

Opening Hours

Sunday - Wednesday - 18.00 - 01.00
Thursday - Saturday - 18.00 - 03.00
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