127 Pubs and Bars found in or around Drayton Park (Train Station)

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Drayton Park

In the shadow of Arsenal F.C.'s ground, this place is very handy for a pre-match pint. It's not an Arsenal pub, though; it gets packed with away fans. The friendly landlord told us that it very rarely attracts trouble on match...

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Horatia (ex-The Ashburton, ex-The Lord Nelson)

A distinctive presence on the Holloway Road, the Lord Nelson was a key spot for many a touring Irish band. All change now. Where once you had the <a href="http://www.wolfetonesofficialsite.com/menu.htm"...

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Barcosa

Looking very much shut when we were last in the area, we'll keep you posted if Barcosa comes back from the dead.

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Metro

With Spoofers, the ersatz sports bar now dead and buried, a new bar - Metro - has popped up in its place. Ignoring images of free newspapers, first impressions of this two-roomed pub (run by the Faucet Inn group - a name which...

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Wig & Gown (ex Lil'Red)

A couple of years after closing its doors, the Wig & Gown has returned to Holloway Road to replace Lil' Red, which never quite managed to draw the crowds in like its sister 'Big Red' a mile up the road. It is not just the...

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The Herbert Chapman

You may know this pub by one of its myriad of previous names - The Study and the Hobgoblin being the two most recent. Its latest incarnation is, one assumes, a homage to the nearby stadium and this pub is, unsurprisingly, often...

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The Bailey

The Bailey seems to have so much going for it, attracting a good mix of clientele and occupying a spot nor far from the tube, but it has never quite ticked all the boxes for us. One of the constant problems we find is that...

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Tollington Arms

The Tollington has recently been refurbished in true gastropub style and now has the statutory plasma screens (4 of the blighters), blown-up photos of Holloway in ye olden times (quite interesting, actually), giant refectory...

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El Comandante

Holloway is a surprisingly decent area for pubs, but it was still nice to discover the El Comandante a few years ago. Formerly the Lord Palmerston, with its original name still visible, clues to its reinvention are subtle: a...

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The Highbury Barn Tavern

The Highbury Barn is under new ownership / management so we stopped by to check it out on a warm bank holiday weekend. The interior has been brightened up a little and there is new black plastic seating outside, replacing the...

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The Junction (ex-BRB@The Junction)

If size is everything, then the Junction must be more than contented with itself. This huge rectangular building certainly packs the punters in on a weekend and has more than enough room to accommodate them all. Despite being...

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The Coronet

Depressing and amazing at the same time: these are the conflicting emotions you experience when you visit this Wetherspoons pub in an old converted cinema. The wonderful art deco exterior, the sweeping lobby (where the bar now...

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Duchess of Kent

Duchess of Kent has obviously found its place in the hearts of the locals and it shows no sign of waning. It attracts all sorts, from families to younger trendies and lads in to watch the footy. It is a little schizophrenic, in...

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The Gunners

There are a few diehard football pubs in Islington that you really shouldn't bother with unless you follow the Arsenal. If you are a fan, though, the Gunners is a treasure trove of signed Gooner memorabilia. That, the giant...

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The Alwyne

For a long time, The Alwyne Castle was a pretty average boozer - mostly serving the nearby estates and Arsenal fans on match days, but it eventually got a makeover and it's been gastrofied for a while now. It was inevitable, we...

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