22 Pubs and Bars found in or around Abney Park

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The Lion

After a disastrous and much delayed refurbishment, the new-look Lion has been open for a while now. As such, we toddled off here on a Friday night to see how it has fared. Run by the same people who own the Three Crowns up the...

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The Daniel Defoe

The Defoe is one of the more traditional pubs in Stokey, in terms of decor and clientele. There's an above average range of lagers and beers, which includes Red Stripe on tap, plus a good range of guest ales, all served up by...

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The Auld Shillelagh

Shamelessly, to steal an advertising slogan from a popular brand of stout - good things come to those who wait. At the Auld Shillelagh you'll find as fine a pint of the black stuff as anywhere this side of the Irish Sea -- of...

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Jolly Butchers

Formerly the roughest pub in N16, with a late licence that attracted the local waifs and strays, this poor old pub has reverted to its former name under the same ownership as the Rose and Crown up the road. The transformation...

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Three Crowns

After a long spell as a series of significantly unappealing bars, it was certainly good news when this poor old Victorian pub was given a new lease of life by the people behind a number of nearby pubs, including the Birdcage...

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Kimos (ex-Base Bar)

With the horrible Base Bar gone, it has been replaced with Kimos, apparently a West Indian restaurant. Superficially the decor looks pretty much unchanged. Next time we're in the area we'll go and see if you can buy a drink...

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The Bird Cage

At first glance, the Bird Cage has little going for it. Repainted, revamped and re-branded, it looks like yet another outpost of Stoke Newington gentrification. But don't be put off. The owners have done their homework. One...

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Jans (ex-The Cricketers)

So, you've been looking to buy a bar for months, found the perfect spot, signed the lease, given the place a bit of a refurbishment and chosen some good beers. Onto a winner? Maybe not. Jan's is a case in point that doing...

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Coach & Horses

One of the most historic sites in Stokey, The Coach & Horses has recently had a facelift. Gone are the TV screens and 'old man' interior, in are windows that you can actually see through, a spruced-up bar and a beer...

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The Fox Reformed

Billing itself as a wine bar and bistro, the Fox Reformed still wholeheartedly deserves mention on Fancyapint.com. A good-looking place, adorned with piles of old corks in the window, the interior is cosy, almost Parisian in...

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The Wheatsheaf

The Wheatsheaf is a no-nonsense, unthemed pub with a largely Irish clientele. The selection of beer is unremarkable, but the Guinness isn't bad and there's a good selection of whiskey. The staff are very friendly. Behind the...

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Blush

Conceived at the turn of the century (2000, since you ask), Blush is now a stalwart of the Stokey gay scene (it's run by one half of the duo behind the still-missed Due South, RIP). The bar is cosy, friendly and undeniably...

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The Prince

After condemning the Prince in our last review, we're pleased that a recent refurb has generally improved things. It still feels like a cozy old boozer with its heart ripped out, but a new colour scheme has calmed things down...

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Rochester Castle

This pub has in great measure all the characteristics that make J. D. Wetherspoon such a successful owner of pubs that aren't, with notable exceptions, much fun to drink in. Yes, you can bring your kids and the beer is cheap....

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Ryan's Bar

Ryan's Bar, with its bright and cheery yellow exterior, is one of the slightly more alternative places in Stoke Newington. There's a heavy focus on music and on any given night the basement plays host to a wide range of live...

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The Rose & Crown

The Rose and Crown sits on the corner of Church Street and Albion Road, its curved facade attractively done out in opaque glass, in the shadow of St Mary's Church. The interior is spacious and has a coal fireplace for winter...

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