80 Pubs and Bars found in or around Archway (London Underground)

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Prince Edward

We didn't have many nice things to say about the Prince Edward on our last visit - with an intimidating atmosphere it was a most unpleasant time; the e-mails we subsequently received for the review didn't help, either. Still,...

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The Noble

This pub was once the ludicrously-named Big Fat Sofa, but memories of that incarnation are now, thankfully, dim and distant and the Noble has turned into a good little pub which takes its food seriously. After receiving a...

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Woodman

Since coming under new ownership in 2006, the Woodman has been a consistently pleasant place to spend a couple of hours. It helps that they were successful in removing the ne'er-do-wells who once occupied this pub (in part by...

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Stapleton Tavern (ex The Larrik)

The Larrik is no more, and has been refurbished as the Stapleton Tavern - a name it held previously. Now under the wing of the people who run the Dogstar in Brixton and the White Hart in Stoke Newington, expect the same trendy...

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The Eaglet

There's nothing particularly bad about this pub, but then there's nothing particularly good, either, apart from the fact that it is rather less grubby inside than the exterior would suggest. The Eaglet seems to be your...

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The Hogs Head

<h3>our final review</h3><h4> posted by johnnyfp on 15/7/2004</h4><h4>last rating: <img src='/images/rating_3.png' alt='last rating: 3 pints' title='last rating: 3...

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Railway Tavern

Until a couple of years ago, the Railway Tavern was one of the last blokey boozers in Crouch End - a testament to big screen footy and cooking lager; we could only imagine what it might have been like in its heyday, before the...

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The Red Rose

The Red Rose is the bar for the rather more well-known comedy club above, but that doesn't stop it being rather a nice little pub in its own right. It's certainly small, but comfy, giving you the feeling of having a pint in...

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Harringay Arms

An unpretentious, no-nonsense drinkers pub, the Harringay Arms is not a big place and to be honest it's scruffy, but this all adds to its charm. It has the trappings of a seventies country pub - Toby jugs, ornamental plates,...

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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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King's Head

Another refurb and one that abides by every rule in the book, from Seventies retro lighting to corn-fed chicken on the menu. Considering where it lives though, the tarted up King's Head isn't too bad. Smack bang in the middle...

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Chapter One

<h3>our final review</h3><h4> posted by squirrel on 6/3/2005</h4><h4>last rating: <img src='/images/rating_2.png' alt='last rating: 2 pints' title='last rating: 2...

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The Gaff (ex The Old King's Head)

Another pub with an identity crisis. After a refurb at the tail end of 2006, The Old King's Head carved itself out a nice little niche as a rock pub, but that didn't last long and then became an Arsenal heavy football pub...

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Old Oak

The Old Oak is an increasingly rare example of North London local's boozer. Still, it seems to serve the residents of the rather grim council estates behind pretty well and whilst it was pretty lively instead, it didn't exactly...

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The Latin Corner (ex The Copenhagen)

We never managed to brave a drink in the impressive looking but rough Copenhagen and it's with some regret that we had to wait for it's conversion into a Latin Bar to give it a chance. We say regret, as this is a surprisingly...

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