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The crowd here appreciate the decent ales and spacious rear garden at this Belsize Park boozer. The back garden space is especially popular, with its leafy displays and several heated and covered areas and a barbecue menu available during the summer. There's now a rooftop terrace which looks great, but inside isn't forgotten – it looks like a handsome traditional pub with lots of eye-catchingly-distressed wood.


Venue name: Stag
Address: 67 Fleet Road
Opening hours: Open noon-11pm Mon-Thur; noon-midnight Fri, Sat; noon-10.30pm Sun Food served: noon-10pm daily
Transport: Tube: Hampstead Heath rail or Belsize Park tube
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Average User Rating

4.2 / 5

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Marie M

Groovy, happy, great music and Sunday lunches..Summer BBQs and winter grogs...Oh and friendly staff!!

Laura P

Wonderful pub, with a great beer selection and amazing outdoor space. Great food to go with it.

Mark E

The Stag is an absolutely dreadful.  I've lived in the Belsize Park area for over 15 years and have never come across a more unfriendly place.  And I live here!!!  It's also located in a dreadful area.  Suffice it to say that there are several much nicer pubs with much nicer people serving much nicer food and drinks in Belsize Park and Hampstead.  Why waste your time and your money on this awful place? 


Ever wondered where you'd venture given the task of finding face-sized Yorkshire Puds? Stop your search my friend. The Stag takes the crown there. 

The staff treat everyone like they're a mate, regardless of whether you're a newcomer or a regular. 

They've got a solid menu – the type that makes everyone find room for pudding. Their roasts speak for themselves - and with such a strong Yorkshire game, you know you're on to a winner. It does get pretty busy though, so if you want a Sunday seat, best to get your bottoms booked in. Time it just right, and you'll even get live local musicians give your ears an afternoon delight. It's like they know you're going to be hungover. 

Bravo Stag. Bravo.


This is such a brilliant pub. It has a great atmosphere and really nice booze and food. A big comfy beer garden open until late,leafy and twinkly-heaters too. Really friendly staff,always happy to recommend a good wine or ale. Try their sharing platter,their buffalo wings with blue cheese sauce is just...oh....they are just...sorry I dribbled a bit there. 

I like to spend Christmas Eve there as a tradition,so if you are there then, look out for the girl with a glass of prosecco and a pile of chicken bones next to her ,sauce dripping from her chin. 

Christie A

Really great beer garden and good outdoor space. Friendly staff and relaxed young crowd. Impressive food also... 

Sandy Virlet

We went out to the Stag last Sunday having just moved to the area, we ended up eating upstairs after being told about it by a member of staff...what a gorgeous find we were very impressed. The space has a gorgeous feel, with lots of ornate touchs around, perfect for a slightly more special sunday lunch. The service was good, not to in your face but friendly and efficient. Food is very nice, sunday fare done very very well, we will be visiting again soon!