Harringay Arms, Crouch End
The local crowd are generally a friendly bunch. It feels like a proper pub, the sort that you see in an episode of Minder and has a big advantage over a lot of the increasingly sanitised boozers in town.
It no longer has it's repressed vibe. A very mixed clientele. Still retaining the ethos of a traditional PH, probably the only one in
Crouch End and around. Check it out.
153 Crouch Hill, Crouch End, London, N8 9QH
Monday to Thursday
12 - 1.00am
Friday and Satruday
12 - 2.00am
12 - 1.00am
Please check opening times with the pub before making a special journey.
Get the W7 bus from Muswell Hill or the 41, either from Archway or Turnpike Lane, or Hornsey Train Station, the latter being the nearest. Get off at the clock tower, its 'round the side of the Natwest.
New owners. Brothers Ben and Anthony and life long friend Troy fell in love with this old boozer when they first laid their eyes on it. One of the last old boozers, they have embraced that and then added live music, a vintage record player for Monday Night BYO L.P night - or choose LP's which are lined around the walls and play them.
Tuesday night hosts the really hard trivia night. And the weekend sees a packed house of music lovers as the Juke Box (Probably the best in London with every single song hand picked by the owners and locals. From Billie Holiday to Nat King Cole to The Kinks and Burlesque numbers. Loaded with old school blues) fills this old boozer with a load of merriment.
A large selection of top shelf whiskey and other spirits (JB to Johnny Walker Blue label and a lot in between), £4 Bloody Mary Sunday's accompanied by Live Blues/Folk and accoustic sets.
The walls are lined with vintage posters and music memorabillia as well as a healthy array of vintage figurines and LP's.
If you love music, good booze and a great time then come on down. It's well worth it now that some life has been punched into the place.
Don't forget the top notch stone baked pizzas for £6.50 every night. And if you fancy an excellent coffee, The Ramblin Rose Coffee Shop which is attached to the pub is a retro delight serving NUDE espresso and Steenburg teas. Relax to the sounds of the vintage record player in the cafe, or grab a bottle of wine to share with your pizza.
MON LP and Vinyl Night! Choose one fro our selection or bring your own. Presented by Flashback Vintage records.
TUE Really Hard Trivia! Win booze!
WED Mild Boozing
THU Music Jam/Open Mic/ Acoustic, Blues, Folk
FRI Harder Boozing
SAT More boozing?
SUN Live Music 5.30pm - Late Blues/Folk/Covers
NEXT DOOR - The Ramblin' Rose Coffee House and WIne Bar next door. Nude Espresso, Kocoa Collection Hot chocolates, Organic Steenburg teas, Panini's, Fresh Baguettes, Bagels. OPEN UNTIL LATE