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31 Pubs and Bars found in or around Canonbury (London Overground)

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The Dissenting Academy (ex-The Clarendon (ex The Nobody Inn))

Not now renamed the Clarendon (back to it's original name) it is the Dissenting Academy as pointed out in the review below. We haven't been able to visit the pub yet either, as also pointed out below which is to our eternal...

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0.35mi
Fancyapint rating:FAP Rating 5 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
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The Alma

The Alma can be pinpointed as having the feel of the first wave of gastropub makeovers. Loungey furnishings at the front of the pub and more formal tables at the back, it's a look that feels almost old fashioned compared to...

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0.28mi
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De Beauvoir Arms

The De Beauvoir Arms is the latest incarnation of the Northgate. We popped in for a couple of beers last week. They had only just reopened after a subtle refurb that has made the place into slightly more of a pub and slightly...

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0.38mi
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The Hunter S

The literary feel of Victoria Parksâ Hemingway continues to infiltrate north east London with its ownersâ latest establishment, The Hunter S. Visitors to the Hemingway will feel at home as the house style is...

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0.43mi
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Lord Clyde

It's been a while since the Lord Clyde transformed itself from Irish boozer Kendrick's Bar and remodelled itself as a "food-led pub". At the the time, the idea that the penultimate vestige of old Islington's public...

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0.43mi
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Snooty Fox

The Snooty Fox is a loungey pub that's (mostly - see below) just got better as time has gone on and is obviously a hit with the locals. When we were last in, there were small groups of people dotted about the place having a...

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0.14mi
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The Alwyne

For a long time, The Alwyne Castle was a pretty average boozer - mostly serving the nearby estates and Arsenal fans on match days, but it eventually got a makeover and it's been gastrofied for a while now. It was inevitable, we...

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0.31mi
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The George Orwell

Always good to see someone making a good go of things - and the current landlord of the Orwell does seem to be working hard at it. It's always been a bit of a difficult spot, not quite Islington proper, not quite Highbury and a...

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0.31mi
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Marquess Tavern

Off the beaten track, but surprisingly near Essex Road's mob of bars, lies the Marquess Tavern. A magnificent unspoilt Victorian building, it boasts a comfortable front bar with original wood panelling and a back room (probably...

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0.43mi
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Bastille (ex Centuria)

We've heard this one has now closed. It was probably too far up St Pauls Road for what they were attempting and one can't help wonder if things might have been different if they'd just stuck to being a pub.

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0.13mi
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