56 Pubs and Bars found in or around Sadler's Wells Theatre

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Shakespeare's Head

Going by the exterior, it's easy to write this one off as a grim estate pub, but actually crossing the threshold reveals not a fight over the pool table but a friendly boozer. Both in terms of atmosphere and decor, it's pretty...

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0.05mi
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Harlequin

Tucked away on a side street near the Angel and Sadler's Wells, the Harlequin was apparently first listed as a 'beer shop' in 1848. It's a small place, with a wooden interior, real fire and outside area at the back. Despite its...

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0.08mi
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Old Red Lion Theatre

The ideal spot to sink your life savings in producing and premiering the play <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ernie_Wise" target="_blank">what you wrote</a> - and then drown your sorrows on...

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0.14mi
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Filthy MacNasty's Whiskey Cafe

Any pub that has pulled a pint for Nick Cave can't be doing much wrong. A short stagger to Angel tube, Filthy MacNasty's is a bit of a hidden gem in the cesspit of Islington theme and chain bars. Offering a cracking range of...

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0.18mi
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The Castle

This is another outpost in the Geronimo chain and on walking in it was obvious. There's decent beer on the taps, a good (if gastro-leaning) menu and friendly staff. It's probably one of the more trendy versions of Geronimo's...

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0.15mi
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Queen Boadicea

Relaunched a couple of years ago as a sister venue to the Old Queen's Head on Essex Road, this one is now closed - we'll keep an eye on it to see what happens next.

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Old China Hand

This one's changed hands and changed names a fair bit over the years, so it's no surprise that last year's relaunch as Old Gringo - a bar and grill working a Brazilian and Mexican theme - hasn't lasted the pace. It's now back...

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0.22mi
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Lord Wolseley

A decent little locals pub a short walk away from the Angel, serving fine Guinness and Thai food. A good place to watch the sport if you're in the area. It's friendly enough, there's okay beer on the taps and the Thai menu is...

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0.22mi
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The York

One of the few proper pubs left on Islington's main drag. It's now a Nicholson's and does everything to the standards we've come to expect from them. The beer is good - Pride, Bombardier and guests on the many hand pumps,...

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0.24mi
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Cafe Kick

OK, we're probably pushing the description of "pub" with this one. Exmouth Market's trendy table football (or "fussball", we're informed) bar is not the place we'd usually be found researching on behalf of...

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0.27mi
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