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19 Pubs and Bars found in or around Crouch Hill (Train Station)

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The Shaftesbury Tavern

The Shaftesbury Tavern had been toddling along for a long time as a standard, unexciting but harmless local's pub before it shut last year. The trouble, we suspected, was the location; somewhere betwixt Archway and Crouch End...

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0.32mi
Fancyapint rating:FAP Rating 4 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
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Faltering Fullback

Hidden away on a back street just north of Finsbury Park, the Faltering Fullback is one of the best options within the vicinity of the station. This ivy-clad local stocks a decent range of beers, has a friendly, laid-back...

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0.43mi
Fancyapint rating:FAP Rating 4 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
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The Old Dairy

The people responsible for a small <a href="http://fancyapint.com/pubs/pub1671.html">gaggle</a> of upmarket gastroesque pubs in North London have turned their hand to the impressive space occupied by the...

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0.09mi
Fancyapint rating:FAP Rating 3 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
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Stapleton Tavern (ex The Larrik)

The Larrik is no more, and has been refurbished as the Stapleton Tavern - a name it held previously. Now under the wing of the people who run the Dogstar in Brixton and the White Hart in Stoke Newington, expect the same trendy...

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0.10mi
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The Noble

This pub was once the ludicrously-named Big Fat Sofa, but memories of that incarnation are now, thankfully, dim and distant and the Noble has turned into a good little pub which takes its food seriously. After receiving a...

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0.10mi
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Devonshire House

All Bar One sat here for 13 years, but in all the time fancyapint has been reviewing we never made it there. Now however it has closed to make way for the latest branch of Wetherspoon. Considering their first was just up the...

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0.48mi
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Harringay Arms

An unpretentious, no-nonsense drinkers pub, the Harringay Arms is not a big place and to be honest it's scruffy, but this all adds to its charm. It has the trappings of a seventies country pub - Toby jugs, ornamental plates,...

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0.48mi
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Nicholas Nickleby

We had great expectations when we found this small wooden-fronted pub, which on closer inspection extends into a former shop next door (maybe it hit hard times), still with its sign and original clock in the window. To then...

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0.31mi
Fancyapint rating:FAP Rating 2 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
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Park Tavern

The Park Tavern is a pub of two halves. The front bar is small and dark, slightly tatty with an aged red carpet and a clientele consisting of older gentlemen. The back bar was a lighter, airier affair and seemed to attract a...

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0.34mi
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King's Head

Another refurb and one that abides by every rule in the book, from Seventies retro lighting to corn-fed chicken on the menu. Considering where it lives though, the tarted up King's Head isn't too bad. Smack bang in the middle...

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0.49mi
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