66 Pubs and Bars found in or around Hampstead Cemetary

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Holly Bush

Beauty is a rare and precious thing in this world and it is even rarer and more precious in a public house. The Holly Bush is one of the older pubs in London dating from the time when Hampstead was a country town. Inside this...

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0.97mi
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The Windmill

Now owned by the same people who run The Black Lion down the road in Kilburn, The Windmill has improved a lot over the past year. An uninspiring facade hides a decent, light interior and a beautiful beer garden out back. The...

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0.47mi
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The Crown

Cricklewood may have suffered in the past, being the less trendy northern neighbour to Kilburn, but it oozes history and comedy - and The Crown is definitely included. An imposing exterior (the pub has its own bus stops), the...

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0.64mi
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Barretts

Too modern to be quite old-school Cricklewood, Barretts seems to attract those who remember the Cricklewood of yore, pre-the advent of poncification. It's one of a small chain of Irish pubs across northwest London, and is...

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0.70mi
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Brondes Age

This place isn't sure if it wants to be a pub, a bar or a restaurant but it seems to do a reasonable job of all three. Starting out a few years ago as a small shop conversion bar, within a few years it had expanded into the...

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0.73mi
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North London Tavern

Formerly as dependable as Jeeves in terms of Kilburn drinking, the North London Tavern reopened a while ago under new management, and started calling itself a 'pub and dining room'. The Irish flavour has gone, and been replaced...

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0.74mi
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Czechoslovak National House

The bar is just one part of this club for exiles from Czechoslovakia (as was) which has been going since the late 1940s, apparently. There's also a restaurant open to all comers, but for our purposes the most important thing is...

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0.78mi
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King's Arms (ex McGoverns)

The closure of McGoverns further solidifies the fact that that the trendy, smartened-up pubs which have been replacing Kilburn's Irish pubs for the last few years are now significantly in the majority. The King's Arms, however,...

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0.81mi
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The Good Ship

OK, maybe trendy DJ bars aren't actually aimed at anyone over the age of 25, so it's no surprise that we (well, some of us) often find them disappointing. Overpriced bottled beers and spirits, the young beautiful people full of...

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0.81mi
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King William IV (a.k.a. KW4)

Under new management, KW4 is a splendid mix of olde world pub and gay hot spot. Although it is the self-proclaimed "oldest gay pub in London", everyone is welcome. We have never been made to feel like straight...

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