THE STORY OF The Island Queen

The only pub in Britain to bear the name ‘Island Queen’, this unique London watering hole was named after the American side-wheeler steamboat that cruised along the Mississippi and Ohio rivers during the 1800s.

Nestled amongst Georgian terraces close to Regent’s Canal and Saddlers Wells, The Island Queen maintains a sense of gin palace grandeur and attracts a clientele as diverse as its décor.  Tucked away on Islington’s leafy streets and yet just a stone’s throw from Angel tube station and transport links to the rest of the capital, it’s the ideal spot to kick back, relax and watch the world go by.

At The Island Queen we provide the perfect backdrop for any social gathering, offering a great selection of tasty party packages and buffet menus to suit all occasions.