Established in October 2013, Hoxton North is a London-inspired neighbourhood restaurant serving coffee and brunch, for people to connect and share stories.
Founded by husband and wife Timothy and Victoria Bosworth, who both are originally from Yorkshire and having lived in London for over a decade wanted to bring the passion and culture of Hoxton to the North of England, hence the name. You can find out more about the name here:
The business first opened on the 9th October 2013 in a small listed building on Parliament street, taking the Northern coffee and bar scene by storm with our mission to curate brands that tell stories in both form and function, whilst delivering to our customers a service that is professional, welcoming, efficient and value added. We loved that location and met many customers who have since become friends.
After a few years we outgrew that location based on the requests from our customers to offer a wider food offering we moved to our current home at 1 Royal parade.
Before we took ownership of the site it was a Spanish rotisserie restaurant called La Feria owned by friends of ours.
The Royal Parade was built in 1846, it was named ‘Royal’ because it was where royals and aristocrats promenaded while taking the waters at what would become Europe’s leading spa.
We commissioned the work of one of our good friends and former employee to create a piece of work on our side wall that would become an iconic landmark for the area.
As we grow and develop, one thing remains constant which is our want to continue to deliver to our customers a service that is value added and professional whilst being able to connect and share stories....