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Looking Glass Cocktail Club

Step inside the 'looking glass' at the top of Hackney Road and experience hand-crafted seasonal, affordable cocktails designed by the in-house team. The names of the drinks are all influenced by Lewis Carroll, as is the magical yet industrial interior.

The bar is open until midnight every night and there is a range of entertainment and events, such as burlesque, jazz, swing dance lessons, DJs and blues.

Looking Glass Cocktail Club,
49 Hackney Road,
Hackney, London
E2 7NX

Telephone: 020 7613 3936


Opening times: Mon-Thurs: 6pm - 12midnight,
Fri-Sat: 6pm - 2am

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