41 Pubs and Bars found in or around Mornington Crescent (London Underground)

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Brewdog Camden

What defines a great pub? It's a delicate blend of great service, quality beers and comfortable surroundings. Well, this might be leaning more towards a bar than a traditional pub, but it scores highly on all counts. The staff...

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0.26mi
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The Lyttleton Arms (ex-The Crescent)

After a series of underwhelming incarnations over the last few years, the new look and the new name has created something resembling a decent pub. There is a comfortable feel to the place, with plenty of different seating areas...

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0.03mi
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The Victoria

Midway between Camden and Euston, in its way this is as good a pub as any in these areas. It's a smart redevelopment of an old pub, but in this instance it's been done with care and a bit of style. The interior gives off the...

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0.09mi
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Sheephaven Bay (ex Mornington Arms)

The Sheephaven Bay is an excellent pub, especially if you’re into watching sport on TV. It’s the local Celtic supporters club pub, so they usually get first dibs on the telly, but there are plenty of screens...

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Hope & Anchor

The Hope & Anchor sports a splendid tiled exterior, which is probably the most architecturaly interesting feature of the pub. The interior's nothing spectacular, with stripped wood floors and a large central bar on two...

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0.15mi
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Elixir Bar (formerly Rowley's)

The Elixir bar is a loungey sort of place with an emphasis on cocktails and live music. Pleasant enough, but a bit off the beaten track, barring locals and people who work nearby. It's better than the dark pub we remember...

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Blues Kitchen (ex-Oh! Bar)

Having replaced the woeful Oh! Bar a while ago now, the Blues Kitchen has capitalised on the wave of blues and jazz revival that has seen a number of similar live venues pop up across North London. Every night sees live music...

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0.21mi
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Edinboro Castle

This large pub and larger beer garden probably benefit from not being too close to the hurly-burly that is Camden Market. It's been modernised inside, with zebra-stripe wallpaper and curtains of hanging beads amongst the soft...

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0.22mi
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Crown & Goose

The interior of the Crown & Goose is of the now-traditional stripped out variety, featuring some bold colours. As it's a smallish place it feels reasonably cosy as well as cool. We visited on a Saturday night and it was...

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0.26mi
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The Dublin Castle

As other pubs move on, smarten up and strip down, the Dublin Castle remains. A hangover from the music scene of the 80's and 90s, this boozer attracts indie kids, rockers and tourists who come to convince themselves Camden...

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0.29mi
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