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Stoke Newington bars and pubs

Enjoy a drink at one of Stoke Newington's great pubs and bars

© Britta Jaschinski

A night out in Stoke Newington is always great. Irish pub Auld Shillelagh keeps the mood light and friendly, whilst Jolly Butchers has one of the best selections of ales and ciders in the area. 

Think we've missed a great drinking spot in Stoke Newington? Let us know in the comment box below.

Auld Shillelagh

Critics' choice

The added-value attractions at this skinny little Church Street boozer are numerous: sporadic themed music nights, big-screen football, a surprisingly large beer garden.

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Stamford Hill

Jolly Butchers

It’s not true to say that Stoke Newington has been crying out for a spot like this; by and large, the locals have seemed content with the array of weary boozers, formulaic gastropubs and corny bar.

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North East London

Londesborough Pub & Dining Room

This backstreet Stokey local, buried in the complicated network of residential streets behind Church Street, has been spruced up lately after some time in the doldrums.

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Stoke Newington

Prince

Tucked away in the residential labyrinth behind the corner of the High Street and Church Street in Stoke Newington, this is one of the nicer drinking options in a part of London.

Tucked away in the residential labyrinth behind the corner of the High Street and Church Street in Stoke Newington, this is one of the nicer drinking options in a part of London.

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Comments

4 comments
Frankie l
Frankie l

How about Ryan's bar on church street????

menonymous
menonymous

the shakespeare no doubt will change if you include it on this list!

rob
rob

Yes The Shakespeare is a tricksy little place and should definitely be included on the list. I hope this place never changes!

John
John

What about The Shakespeare on Allen Road (especially on a Monday for pub quiz), the Coach and Horses on the High Street (great bands play around the piano on a Thursday) or The Rose and Crown on Church Street (just a great old boozer, especially on a Sunday for roast!). All do pretty decent beer as well!