Best Pubs / Clubs in North London
Looking for a good pub in North London? Here is the right place to read about some of the most appreciated and fun related places. They are perfect for every occasion: a cold beer after a hard day at the office, a relaxing date or a great night out.
Auld Shillelagh (105 Stoke Newington Church Street, N16 0UD) is an Irish pub, known for its simple and warm welcome. There are several themed music days, so you can never get tired of coming here. In addition to this, there is also a big screen for football matches or classical movies. The food is ok and the menu is accessible to anyone. The list of wines is not that complex, but the friendly staff makes up for it.
Island Queen (87 Noel Road, N1 8HD) proudly presents a great variety of beer brands, like: Landlord, Peroni, Schneider Weisse, Sierra Nevada and Pilsner Urquell. The wine list is also surprisingly large, with more than 20 tasty types. The food does not equal the quality of the beverages, but it has low prices. The design of the pub is marked by mirrors and greenery.
Lord Clyde (340-342 Essex Road, N1 3PB) has an additional terrace called “The Deck”. The place is always full, as the food is excellent and the atmosphere perfectly combines the old and the new. Besides, it is the ideal place, if you are used to enjoying your daily newspaper. You can read it in a cozy armchair, next to the open fire.
Railway Tavern (2 St Jude Street, N16 8JT) is an interesting place with Thai food and special handled, dimpled pint mugs. People come from far away to have a sip of their finest beer collection, ranging from traditional English ale to American and other European brands. Redemption, East London Brewing Company, Brodie’s, Brewdog’s 5am Saint, Meantime London Lager, Black Isle Porter and König Pilsner are just some of the many examples.
The Salisbury (1 Grand Parade, Green Lanes, N4 1JX) is the perfect pub. It has good music, simple food and a great variety of drinks. Here is the place where you can enjoy beers from all around the world. The burgers, pizzas and salads are a smart and loved snack. The pub has an additional barn-like room and a special oval bar counter.
Wenlock Arms (26 Wenlock Road, N1 7TA) is one of the oldest pubs in London. The first pint was poured in 1836. Over the years, it was closed several times. Nowadays, it managed to get on its feet and have that same high quality atmosphere. The design is simple, the food variety is minimal and the beer is exquisite. Its cellar has Clarence & Fredericks, Portobello Brewing, Dark Star, Carlsberg, Camden Hells and Budvar Yeast, among many others. It is one of the most adored pubs and it is always frequented by craft-beer-loving youngsters.
The Flask Tavern (77 Highgate West Hill, N6 6BU) looks like a traditional 18th-century English pub. It also carries a great history behind and several important names, like William Hogarth and Dick Turpin, are known to have visited the place. The furniture somehow lost its glow, being replaced by new, low tables and chairs. The food is ok, but it arrives slowly, as the pub’s popularity is gradually increasing. The atmosphere, though, makes up for all the rest.
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