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North Nineteen

Bars and pubs Holloway
3 out of 5 stars
© Will Robson-Scott

Time Out says

3 out of 5 stars

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Don’t be deterred by the anonymous name and the drab housing blocks that surround North Nineteen: this is a gem of a makeover. The main bar adds a fireplace, a TV and a space for open-mic sessions to a counter offering the likes of Timothy Taylor Landlord, guest ales and beers from Skinner’s in Truro (Cornish Knocker golden ale, Betty Stogs bitter); a chalkboard and an array of beermats testify to the presence of regular guest ales.

Another bar, accessed via the dog-leg front terrace or through the gents’, best suits the convivial enjoyment of superior pub grub (Irish stew, chargrilled chicken sandwiches and so on). Whiskies, too, are a strong point: there are 26 in all, ‘plus six off-menu’, according to Tony, the landlord, who’ll be playing darts in the side games room on rare quiet moments.




Address: 194-196 Sussex Way
N19 4HZ
Transport: Tube: Archway/Upper Holloway Overground
Opening hours: Open 4pm-midnight Mon-Thur, 4pm-1am Fri; noon-1am Sat; noon-midnight Sun. Food served 5-10pm Mon-Fri; noon-10pm Sat, Sun
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