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

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@ club

The dingy old Arsenal Tavern is gone, replaced by something called '@ club' The decor's has been modernised but the clientele of local Gunners seems the same. Hard to recommend when there are nicer pubs nearby.

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0.65mi
Fancyapint rating:FAP Rating 1 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
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The Enkel Arms

This inexplicably popular boozer is, as my drinking companion pointed out, an extension of the street outside - i.e. noisy, dirty and often full of people you'd prefer not be in close proximity to. It feels rather like a...

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0.65mi
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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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0.66mi
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The King's Head

The King's Head is a solid locals' pub with decent beer and no pretensions. Perhaps not in the same league as the Bank of Friendship up the road but a safe enough bet in a variable part of town.

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0.66mi
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Big Red

This pub, now resplendent on the outside with flames painted on the walls, is a favourite haunt of students from the nearby university and those seeking a more alternative experience on Holloway Road. The subtly lit interior is...

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0.67mi
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Public House

Ironically, Public House isn’t a pub at all - it’s a cocktail bar. In addition, you won’t be able to get a pint in here. So what is it doing on Fancyapint, you may ask? Well, the drinks selection is very...

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0.67mi
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0.68mi
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The Four Sisters

A makeover and more upmarket direction - if that's possible - for this tiny style bar just off Upper Street. It's opulently decorated, with gilt mirrors, fresh flowers, funky lampshades and stencilled walls and beautiful people...

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0.69mi
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Compton Arms

For a long time, we've had the impression that the Compton Arms likes to think is somewhere out in the wilds of Surrey or Sussex and come to that, the locals seem to, too. But that's OK with us. The Compton certainly does look...

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0.69mi
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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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Hope & Anchor

The Hope & Anchor attracts the crowd not catered to in the numerous All Bar One type bars further up the road towards Angel. It proffers live music in a tiny basement, and the imbibing of liquids while sweating to said...

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0.70mi
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The Auld Triangle

Formerly the Plimsoll Arms, the Auld Triangle seemingly caters predominantly to a clientele of local alcoholics. You tend to see the same faces drinking here, whether at midday or midnight. But they're a friendly enough bunch,...

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0.70mi
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Albert & Pearl (ex Medicine Bar)

A change of ownership amidst a lot of other changes for this Upper Street standby. Will get along and see what it's like now.

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McLaughlins

<h3>our final review</h3><h4> posted by pandabeer on 13/10/2006</h4><h4>last rating: <img src='/images/rating_3.png' alt='last rating: 3 pints' title='last rating: 3...

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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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0.72mi
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Robinson Crusoe

When people talk about how much they love Stoke Newington Church Street, it would appear it only applies to two thirds of the road. For right at the end, in a fantastic location overlooking Clissold Park, lies the Robinson...

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0.72mi
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