224 Pubs and Bars found in or around Kentish Town West (London Overground)

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Tapping the Admiral

Run by the people behind the nearby Pineapple and Dalston's Railway Tavern (with most staff having fled from the Sir Richard Steele after its takeover), Tapping the Admiral is all you could wish for from a pub. Tastefully and...

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0.10mi
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George IV

The George IV is an attractive proper Victorian pub, just where you wouldn't expect one. Tucked off Kentish Town High Road on the edge of an industrial estate, the exterior is an ivy covered wonder, complete with charming globe...

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0.16mi
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The Abbey Tavern

There was a rash of relaunches and makeovers of the pubs and bars in these parts over the last few years. The Jorene Celeste became the Oxford; the Verge became the Bullet Bar (and then Flowerpot) and Auntie Annie's Porter...

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0.24mi
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Belgo Noord Baar

This tiny annexe to Belgo Noord is designed as a prequel to eating at the restaurant but it is a perfectly good place to just go for a beer. The music and décor are good and the service is friendly but the highlight is...

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0.29mi
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Lock Tavern

Once an old spit and sawdust affair, it's now owned by DJ Jon Carter and chums and is more in keeping with the trend-setters of Camden. With its designer black interior, ever changing DJ sets and a mix and match menu the place...

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0.29mi
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Jo's

You wouldnât know it but Jo's is run by the same chap who owns the Southampton Arms â a vastly popular real ale paradise up the road in Kentish Town. But this isnât going to be a CAMRA haunt. Occupying...

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Annie's (ex-Auntie Annie's Porter House)

This must have been one of 2008's most dramatic refits. We've always known it as Auntie Annie's Porter House, a traditional Irish boozer whose yellow and red exterior marked it out as a landmark on Kentish Town Road. Now, the...

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0.23mi
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The Monarch

The Monarch has finally managed to throw off the last vestiges of its former life as a Wetherspoons. It's no longer family friendly, and there are no real ales left on tap (you might get some expensive ones in bottles if you're...

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0.29mi
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Grafton Arms

A refit in the last little bit has left this pub feeling a bit empty inside. Shame really, as we wanted to like this pub, but found it a bit too much of a locals pub. There was no real ale and we didn't honestly stick around...

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0.08mi
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Heroes (ex Flower Pot, ex Bullet Bar)

Previously a dark and serious live music venue called Bullet Bar was replaced by a more bright and chummy music venue, the Flower Pot. This also closed soon after and it has now gone back to black with a new name: heroes. Live...

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