Not a superstore but rather a bar, café & club offering a unique combination (at least in this part of London) of food, drink, music, art, culture and parties!
Dalston is a great place for breakfast, brunch, burgers, salads and cakes. Later in the evening, the basement becomes a party zone with the crowd being entertained by some of the best up-and-coming DJ’s and other guest acts. Free WiFi.
Nearest Underground: Dalston Junction Station (East London Line)
weekday: 12:00 - 00:00 / 02:30
weekend: 10:00 - 03:00 / 02:30
venue: bar | features: bar, music, dancing, live music, restaurant, free wi-fi | customers: mostly gay
“I dropped into the Dalton Superstore on the evening of 23 October 2015 between 2100 and 1300 hours . I found the place full of mostly trendy straight people , hard to even think the place was genuinely gay but perhaps "gay- friendly" . There was an obvious age demographic of under thirty years and a no food policy : kitchen closed, packeted chips only.
As an Anglo Saxon male fifty years of age staying in the locality for a few days but wanting to support the local , I felt ostracised and uncomfortable and departed, and would not recommend it to anyone as a gay bar or pub . I wasted an evening in london .“
John on 24-10-2015 | Problem with this review?
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