Tagged as an “urban beach house,” The Hoxton was named after the well-known street in London and designed to evoke a British summer by the seashore or at The Hamptons–take your pick.
New England seafare, ranging from lobsters rolls to peel-and-eat shrimp, served hot or cold, keep things relatively light, though you can sit down for a proper feed with a New England clam bake or buttermilk fried chicken.
A large rectangular bar is popular with the business district happy-hour crowd, who also take advantage of the slip-covered sofa settings. After 9 or 10 p.m., live musical entertainment begins, an eclectic array that varies from bluesy bands to internationally renowned DJs. With 6,000-square-foot of indoor and outdoor space to fill, the Hoxton can get pretty loud, so don’t expect to go here for coffee and conversation. It’s cocktails and cray-cray all the way.
Source : Jen Karetnick