The Shop NW10

Bars and pubs Kensal Rise
5 out of 5 stars
(11user reviews)
The Shop NW10

Cocktails come in jam jars and milk bottles at this kooky, speakeasy-ish bar

Cocktails come in jam jars and milk bottles at this kooky, speakeasy-ish bar

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Venue name: The Shop NW10
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Address: 75 Chamberlayne Road
London
NW10 3ND
Transport: Tube: Kensal Green
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Average User Rating

4.8 / 5

Rating Breakdown

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LiveReviews|11
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Apparently opening again on the 10th , awesome staff, delicious drinks! The bar itself is pretty small, but cozy at nighttime you can also order special of the menu cocktails. There is a good chance to meet a famous face, because this bar is pretty popular !!!


The ambiance of THE SHOP is definitely on the COOLER side. With the short walk from Kensal Rise St , it is hard not to feel like you’ve entered an exclusive den of calm cool and collective. Although once settling into our own little corner, its clear that Shop has a feel for everyone to get in on. There were couples, groups of friends, and colleagues all there for drinks and sharers. The space is intimate and friendly for all to enjoy. It was easy to strike up a conversation with strangers across the bar or even hear a bit from the bartender. Great Times

Tastemaker

The best thing about The Shop is the location, in Kensal Rise. Somewhere I've never been to (and probably wouldn't have if it wasn't for this find!)


With large, hanging artwork for sale in the back room (giving reason for the name), an ever-changing menu and suppliers of the food, and fantastic drinks. So lovely.


Best beers on tap in Kensal Rise and great ever rotating resident street food vendors

tastemaker

The Shop is a great venue in the bustling boutique Kensal Rise. With a variety of cocktails (served in the obligatory Jam Jars) and exciting draft & bottled beers there is something new for everyone to try. The owner is super friendly and has the cutest dog every who will sit quietly at the bar like some old man waiting to discuss the highs and lows of progress.


They often host really interesting pop-ups in the Kitchen (Highlights include the Lebanese Brunch Club & When Mac Met Cheese).


Only downside is it can get unbearably hot in the summer and winter months as is evident from the condensation on the window and I'll often have to pop outside just to cool down.


The toilets are fun too - no spoilers here though ( . ) ( . )

Staff WriterStaff Comp

What, no reviews yet?! This place is fucking awesome. Spendy, but worth it. Good music, good staff and great cocktails esp. during the 5-8pm happy hour.