The lovely ground floor bar is open and serving food from 5pm during the week and midday on Saturday and Sunday - you're welcome to join them whether you're upstairs at a gig or just looking for a pint and a bite.
The Camden Assembly a forward-thinking venue that celebrates and promotes an eclectic mix of emerging live music talents. When there’s not live music you’ll find lively club nights going down at the weekends, with a state-of-the-art D&B sound system and a late license until 3am at the weekends.
Join them on Saturday nights from 10pm- 3am; Straight Outta Camden promises party hip hop, grime, trap and classic R&B jams. Entry is £5 after 9.30pm.
They have an epic playroom which is situated at the top of their fine Camden boozer and provides the perfect space for hosting a party for up to 70 guests. This stunning private party room is equipped with a PS4, a karaoke system, a vintage foosball table, twister, arcade games and an old school pinball machine too!
Away from the live entertainment and DJ sets, the food menus are also spot on. Lucky Chip are in residency which means you’ll be able to tuck into Kevin Bacon and El Chappo burgers, hot-dogs and a range of sides right through until 10pm.
Book an area for your party during the week and on weekends. They can book an area for birthdays or for afternoon drinks.
A word from the chef:
Signature burgers, hot-dogs and sides from the Lucky Chip team are cooked up here.
Camden is one of those odd places, an area of London that once had a reputation as being edgy - the sort of dirty and dingy cool associated with the ‘90s. Pete Doherty and Amy Winehouse lived there and it was THE place for discovering emerging...
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