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Sometimes a meal is too much. If you're looking to get together with friends or a date, it's good to keep it light and lively, with drinks and snacks. But that doesn't mean you need to give up the cool restaurants. At Monikers, on Hoxton Square, you and a guest can settle in for two rounds of signature cocktails, along with two plates of tasty nibbles.
There are some delicious drinks on the menu at Monikers, from curious twists on the classics to distinguished signature drinks. Take your pick, because each guest gets to enjoy two. For something a little tropical, we'd recommend the Monikki, with Skipper rum, pineapple juice, fresh lemon, and pimiento dram. Another tasty signature drink is the Hoxton Swizzle, with Luksusowa vodka, red grape juice, Briottet manzana verde, vanilla sugar, and lemon juice. Or, for something a little more curious, try The Pink Panther, with Appleton VX, watermelon, lemon juice, and orange bitters. Trust us, it will put some pep in your step!
Along with your tasty drinks, you'll nibble on two delectable snacks: Chorizo with honey, and chips with tangy curry sauce. These are the perfect accompaniments to your craft cocktails, and they really round out the experience, making it a tasty get together at a stand-out London eatery.learn more
BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW
Hoxton Square in the East End, where Monikers is located, is not just a cultural and culinary hub of London, though it is that, as well as a fantastic place to enjoy a meal on the town. But it has also hosted its fair share of famous and interesting people in and among its Victorian era buildings.
One of Hoxton Square's 18th-century residents, the Revd John Newton, composed the popular hymn "Amazing Grace," originally for the parish church of St John's Hoxton, which is nearby. James Parkinson, the famed physician and author of An Essay on the Shaking Palsy, which is now known as Parkinson's disease, was in practice at 1 Hoxton Square, which is commemorated with a blue plaque on the site.
But to be honest, the food at Monikers is so good, you won't be paying much attention to the historic square. But now you know! Consider it a talking point.