Gertie Brown's at the Coach & Horses, Hampstead
our final review
posted by jack on 09/05/2006
If you're getting a bit weary of Hampstead's olde worlde watering holes, then give this one a go. It has more of the feel of a locals' pub than some of the others nearby, and is the place to go if you're after a pub quiz rather than a poetry reading. A recent lick of paint and name change haven't altered things too much (apart from the odd 'living room' style space at the back) - the staff are still friendly, punters amiable and there's the beer garden for the summer. Not sure if they still do Irish music on a Sunday night though.
Closed, and it looks like it's being converted into a private property.
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99 Heath Street, Hampstead, London, NW3 6SS
Exit tube and turn right up Heath Street. The pub is a few minutes walk away on your left.