The Step


Wine bars

Wood Green

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<strong>Rating: </strong><span class='lf-avgRating'>3</span>/5

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Venue details

  • Address:

    The Step 101 Myddleton Rd
    N22 8NE

  • Venue phone:

    0 7815 903519

  • Venue website:

  • Opening hours:

    Open 9.30am-11pm Tues-Sat; 10.30am-8pm Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Bowes Park rail or Bounds Green tube

  • Price:

    Meal for two with drinks and service: around £30

  • Map

    1. The Step

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Average User Rating

4.6 / 5

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Stumbled upon this cracking little bar this weekend after travelling to the area from Crouch End for a food festival. It's on one of the oddest streets I've ever seen and looks completely out of place but once inside it's a bolt hole from the boarded up shops and mad mouldy clothes shop. We only popped in for a quick drink but we stayed for two hours as the soul/reggae music they were playing was amazing, songs I haven't heard for years. I want to steal their record collection! Worth travelling for, love this cool little place, it is what makes London so special and unique.


Great place! Met up with friends and bumped into old friends by chance! What a great feel...and the music was very enjoyable. Will return...The cakes look amazing and loved the teapots! Have to take a close look at the jewellery on display too...A great addition to the area..


I was there last night and watch some free stand up comedy , good food, good drinks price range was good. I had a wonderful night out with my girls. will go back again and watch comedy and also to go there with a friend for some coffee.


Lovely couple running it and a great place to visit. Think this review was quite soon after TheStep opened and they really seem to be hitting their stride now. A wonderful and much needed ambition to Bowes Park!

Eddie Swift

As a resident of Bowes Park for some years feel slightly aggrieved that the reviewer feels the need to say we are too far from trendy areas to invite artistic regeneration. In fact my initial fear was that The Step would just try to mimic the poncey places in "trendy" areas but thankfully it has a character all of its own. Just enjoyed an afternoon of very good live jazz there by two local musicians as a matter of fact! The owners aand. Their staff are lovely, the drinks are very good even if they only have one lager on tap...a welcome addition to Bowes Park and thank Christ they haven't tried to be too trendy! Keep up the good work