84 Pubs and Bars found in or around Upper Holloway (Train Station)

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Duke's Head

It's only just reopened so we'll have to get back and see what it's like now.

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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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Pineapple

We can't really fault this pub, whatever its history. It is currently being well looked after and we always have a good time here, whenever we show up at this hidden gem. The bar staff are exceptionally friendly, the locals are...

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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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Angel Inn

The Angel Inn is a pleasant 1930's panelled suburban pub interior that's been given a not-too-harsh modern stripped-out treatment - olde mismatched tables and brown leather sofas were very much in evidence. It sports a good...

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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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Bull & Last

The Bull and Last is situated in a bit of a quietly prosperous no-mans land, north of Kentish Town, south of Highgate. Still, its proximity to Parliament Hill means it's worth a popping on for a post-stroll pint. Although, if...

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Park Tavern

The Park Tavern is a pub of two halves. The front bar is small and dark, slightly tatty with an aged red carpet and a clientele consisting of older gentlemen. The back bar was a lighter, airier affair and seemed to attract a...

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Southampton Arms

Having been open in its new guise since late 2009 now, we can barely remember what the old Southampton Arms was like anymore. This pub has it all: friendly staff, a wide cross-section of locals and one of the best beer...

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The Winchester Hotel

The first thing that hits you when you enter this pub (and it's not a pint glass, thankfully) is the verdant nature of the place. It's home to an array of soothing plants, comfy leather sofas, and unobtrusive blinds shielding...

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Grand Union

Another name change for this one. It's now part of the steadily accumulating Grand Union group, and proclaims itself to be a 'Gourmet Burger Bar and Cocktail Lounge'. More to follow, once we give it a closer look.

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Duke of St Albans

<h3>our final review</h3><h4> posted by redcat on 03/03/2009</h4><h4>last rating: <img src='/images/rating_2.png' alt='last rating: 2 pints' title='last rating: 2...

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White Lion of Mortimer

Despite the bright colours of its exterior and grand heraldry of its name, this is another rather depressing Wetherspoon pub. There's always going to be a place for pubs catering for punters drinking on a budget but unless...

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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 Railway

Located right beside Finsbury Park tube and bus stations, this small, oddly laid out and sparse pub is arguably a convenient place to meet people, rather than hanging around outside the station. The service is friendly enough,...

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The Torriano

Take a stroll around this residential patch of NW5 and what first strikes you are the friendly names of the local shops: Maria's Travel and Tours, Rita's Hair and Design and Susan's Mini-Market. As The Torriano is situated...

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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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Gloucester Arms

There aren't too many pubs like this these days. The Gloucester is a dyed-in-the-wool Irish locals' place, that hasn't been refurbished, trendified or given the Paddywhackery makeover. On our visit, the air was full of thick...

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Prince of Wales

The Flask seems to get all the attention round these parts, though we're not complaining as it usually means more space in this one. The Prince of Wales' olde worlde interior may not be as rambling as The Flask's, but it's...

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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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Faltering Fullback

Hidden away on a back street just north of Finsbury Park, the Faltering Fullback is one of the best options within the vicinity of the station. This ivy-clad local stocks a decent range of beers, has a friendly, laid-back...

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Rose & Crown

As their web site correctly states, The Rose and Crown is a Grade II listed building and one of the oldest pubs in North London. So how was this important legacy handled? Naturally by being stripped of all character and...

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Assembly House

currently closed and under refurbishment. Fingers crossed they don't ruin what's left of the pretty interior.

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The World's End

This is now such a well established pub that we've almost forgotten what it was like before a refit a few years ago, though in part that could be due to a few knocks on the head and the ageing process. There's nothing radical...

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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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Admiral Mann

Walking down Brecknock Road, its easy to ignore Hargrave Place - a small cul-de-sac leading to an anonymous-looking block of flats. However, take a closer look for hidden at the end is the Admiral Mann, a McMullen's pub far...

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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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