The Holly Bush
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As the trend for gutting old pubs claims yet more Hampstead boozers, this place’s cachet increases. Located on a quiet hilltop backstreet, this Grade II-listed building was originally built as a house in the 1790s and used as the Assembly Rooms in the 1800s, before becoming a pub in 1928. A higgledy-piggledy air remains, with three low-ceilinged bar areas and one bar counter at which decent pints are poured. Sound food and a good choice of wines by the glass are further draws.
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|Opening hours:||Open Mon-Sat noon-11pm; Sun noon-10.30pm; (Kitchen open Mon-Thurs noon-3.30pm, 6pm-10pm; Fri-Sat noon-4.30pm, 6pm-10pm; Sun noon-8pm)|
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