19 Pubs and Bars found in or around Highgate Cemetary

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Prince of Wales

The Flask seems to get all the attention round these parts, though we're not complaining as it usually means more space in this one. The Prince of Wales' olde worlde interior may not be as rambling as The Flask's, but it's...

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0.16mi
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The Winchester Hotel

The first thing that hits you when you enter this pub (and it's not a pint glass, thankfully) is the verdant nature of the place. It's home to an array of soothing plants, comfy leather sofas, and unobtrusive blinds shielding...

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0.44mi
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The Bull

The newly reopened Bull (run by the man who used to run the White Horse in Parson's Green) can now add itself to the growing list of pubs which give due prominence to beer. In this case, there are oodles of imported, draft and...

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0.50mi
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Angel Inn

The Angel Inn is a pleasant 1930's panelled suburban pub interior that's been given a not-too-harsh modern stripped-out treatment - olde mismatched tables and brown leather sofas were very much in evidence. It sports a good...

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0.13mi
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Red Lion & Sun

Our last review of the Red Lion and Sun was way back in 2007, shortly after it changed from a traditional style pub into a more up market affair. As such, we thought it was about time for another visit. The fact that there was...

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0.33mi
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The Wrestlers

The sort of pub that always seems dark, even on the sunniest days, the Wrestlers is a bit of a find in Highgate. Decked out in dark wood, with minimal modern lighting on the walls and a stunning Inglenook fireplace, the...

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0.39mi
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The Star

The previous incarnation of the Star was a particularly unwelcoming boozer, but a change of ownership a couple of years back gave the place a new lease of life. Even better, the change hasn't transformed it into a...

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0.41mi
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The Charlotte Despard (ex-The Settle Inn)

Pubs named after early twentieth century female social campaigners are few and far between, so this one's recent(ish) relaunch and renaming has certainly marked it out. We're not sure if the <a...

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0.48mi
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Rose & Crown

As their web site correctly states, The Rose and Crown is a Grade II listed building and one of the oldest pubs in North London. So how was this important legacy handled? Naturally by being stripped of all character and...

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0.18mi
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The Gatehouse

On first impressions, this one appears to be that rare beast: the above-average Wetherspoon. The olde worlde exterior, the longevity of this as a pub site and the added attraction of a theatre upstairs: surely there's a little...

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