Cocktail and Cupcakes Tea Party For Up to Four for £30 at The Hoxton Pony (Up to 51% Off)
- Stylish Shoreditch bar with an emphasis on creative cocktails
- Live music, food, and cocktail master classes all provided
- In between Old Street and Shoreditch High Street stations
- Alcoholic tea party for up to four
- Includes sharing cocktail in unique self-cooling infusion jar, served in vintage teacups
- Four cupcakes made by the Little Tart bakeshop
Limit 1 per group (up to 4 people). Booking required online via http://grouponbookings.co.uk/the-hoxton-pony from 23 May 2012. 72 hour cancellation policy. Valid Tue-Thu, sittings at 6pm or 8pm only. Must be 18 or older with valid ID for alcohol. Broken china incurs a £25 surcharge. Service charge not included. Original value based on comparable package. Original values verified 15 May 2012 at 4pm.
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Bar flair is a great way for human waiters to impress their customers, but when chickens try it they just end up with eggnog on their face. Shake more than your tail feathers with today’s Groupon: £30 for a cocktail and cupcakes tea party for up to four at The Hoxton Pony.
Adorned with stuffed animals, exotic foliage, and neon blue lighting, The Hoxton Pony is an East End hotspot that mixes a vibrant cocktail bar with fine dining and late-night dancing. The bar is decked out with over 300 handpicked spirits, with fruity creations enjoyed alongside food served by the Rebel Dining Society. Live music ranges from indie rock to plastic pop, encouraging visitors to party the night away in the heart of Shoreditch.
Rocking up to the bar in groups of four or less, guests can look forward to a tea party with an added kick. The experience ditches the usual cuppa for a cocktail to share, served in a unique self-cooling infusion jar. Drinking out of vintage teacups for added authenticity, this innovative concoction can be accompanied by four cupcakes, all freshly made by the Little Tart bakery.
The Hoxton Pony receives 4/5 from both Qypers and ViewLondoners. Reviewers praise the distinctive décor, inviting atmosphere and innovative cocktails. In addition, the bar has attracted favourable press from publications such as Esquire and Harper’s Bazaar.
Know what to expect in Shoreditch and it doesn’t disappoint, busy but friendly, bar staff that know what they are doing and pour a mean mojito. Not too big, dance floor packed and decent DJs.
– smoothcriminal, Qype, Dec 2011