Farr's School of Dancing Vintage Dalston Pub Takes To The Stage
17-19 Dalston Lane, London, E8 3DF
Opens
Now
Open
Budget
Happily Affordable ££
Type of Venue

What they say:

Farr's is a pub that plays close attention to its history. It's quirky name is borrowed from a dance school that used to stand on the same site around 80 years ago, and the guys at this endearing venue have taken great steps to ensure that the interior creates a nostalgic feel to reflects the history of the place. They've also got really close ties with the local community, sourcing the lion's share of their beverages from local breweries and partnering their extensive list of drinks with a thoughtful dining menu. Farr's staff are also a particularly friendly bunch, promising a smile and service to match the high quality of its produce.

What we say:

In a city as vast as London it can be difficult to set yourself apart from the crowd, but the name Farr's School of Dancing goes some way to ensuring that this pub sticks in the mind that little bit longer. There's a quirky interior behind the quirky name as well, and the various chic artefacts - including lounging banquettes, cinema seating and branded sweets and beermats - install a real sense of charisma into this vibrant hangout. There's a diverse list of drinks on offer to suit everybody's needs and with a first floor restaurant and downstairs bar fashioned in a speakeasy style soon to open as well, there's every reason to stop by and experience the School of Dancing for yourself.