Restaurants attached to trendy hotels are guaranteed to be a scene, and the Hoxton Grill in Shoreditch is no different. It’s attached to the Hoxton Hotel, and in addition to perfunctory American-style comfort food, there are plush leather seats and trendy interiors that feel appropriate for this part of town without feeling too over-the-top East London. The restaurant is in the middle of the action if you just want to dig in for the night, but it’s also perfect if you want to grab a burger and chips before hitting a few bars after dinner.
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