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16 Pubs and Bars found in or around Drayton Park (Train Station)

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The Herbert Chapman

You may know this pub by one of its myriad of previous names - The Study and the Hobgoblin being the two most recent. Its latest incarnation is, one assumes, a homage to the nearby stadium and this pub is, unsurprisingly, often...

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0.35mi
Fancyapint rating:FAP Rating 3 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
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Tollington Arms

The Tollington has recently been refurbished in true gastropub style and now has the statutory plasma screens (4 of the blighters), blown-up photos of Holloway in ye olden times (quite interesting, actually), giant refectory...

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0.36mi
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El Comandante

Holloway is a surprisingly decent area for pubs, but it was still nice to discover the El Comandante a few years ago. Formerly the Lord Palmerston, with its original name still visible, clues to its reinvention are subtle: a...

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0.37mi
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Drayton Park

In the shadow of Arsenal F.C.'s ground, this place is very handy for a pre-match pint. It's not an Arsenal pub, though; it gets packed with away fans. The friendly landlord told us that it very rarely attracts trouble on match...

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0.06mi
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Horatia (ex-The Ashburton, ex-The Lord Nelson)

A distinctive presence on the Holloway Road, the Lord Nelson was a key spot for many a touring Irish band. All change now. Where once you had the <a href="http://www.wolfetonesofficialsite.com/menu.htm"...

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0.24mi
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Metro

With Spoofers, the ersatz sports bar now dead and buried, a new bar - Metro - has popped up in its place. Ignoring images of free newspapers, first impressions of this two-roomed pub (run by the Faucet Inn group - a name which...

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0.30mi
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The Bailey

The Bailey seems to have so much going for it, attracting a good mix of clientele and occupying a spot nor far from the tube, but it has never quite ticked all the boxes for us. One of the constant problems we find is that...

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0.36mi
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The Highbury Barn Tavern

The Highbury Barn is under new ownership / management so we stopped by to check it out on a warm bank holiday weekend. The interior has been brightened up a little and there is new black plastic seating outside, replacing the...

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0.39mi
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The Junction (ex-BRB@The Junction)

If size is everything, then the Junction must be more than contented with itself. This huge rectangular building certainly packs the punters in on a weekend and has more than enough room to accommodate them all. Despite being...

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0.47mi
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The Coronet

Depressing and amazing at the same time: these are the conflicting emotions you experience when you visit this Wetherspoons pub in an old converted cinema. The wonderful art deco exterior, the sweeping lobby (where the bar now...

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0.48mi
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