Dolls House Islington

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Online reservations are for A la Carte diners in groups of up to eight. Some tables on the ground floor for drinks are available for hire - please do contact us directly regarding these. If you would like to enquire for a large party booking, or dining for nine or more, please contact the House.

On Wednesdays and Sundays our A la Carte menu is served in the Parlour bar on the ground floor.

Dolls House Islington flagship home resides at 181 Upper Street - An impressive 3 storey Victorian town house that has been the purveyor of fine food, drinks and entertainment since 1856.

Today its current owners, Adam Towner and Katy Gray Rosewarne (armed with a drill and set of marker pens) have transformed its interiors with monochrome hand illustrated walls, inspired by old stately homes. The stripped back style and twinkling candlelight, paired with the house’s debaucherous character creates a unique setting for life’s insatiable pleasures.

Venue name: Dolls House Islington
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Address: 181 Upper Street London
London
N1 1RQ
Price: £25 and under

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Razzy B

Rude angry bar staff. I work in customer service. If someone is ordering 10 drinks you be nice to them, you don't moan that 10 different drinks orders are coming in, especially when you have 4 empty tables too. And yet we get served by the blonde bombshell from hell who makes us drink up and leave. This is a part of town we come to regularly but not this place - not anymore.

When you pay extra for good drinks you don't want this kind of attitude.

Not coming back... not ever...

Daisy H

Went with friends for some casual drinks at the newly opened Islington Dolls House, not realising it was no longer House of Wolf! It didn't disappoint. Great atmosphere and interior, with some beautiful illustrations on the walls. Drinks weren't cheap but there were tasty, and as the evening went on it really picked up with the downstairs being busy with lots of people dancing. Would definitely recommend!