Looking for a pub in Kensington that adds a little glamour to the evening? While invoking all fine pub traits such as craft beer, gastro bites and draught pints, it's the interiors that make The Bull & Gate shine thanks to luxe furniture, glamorous lighting and paintings that peak with history.
Bars in Kentish Town
Camden's quieter neighbour certainly pulls no punches when it comes to good old fashioned boozing. Home to some of the most relaxed and friendly pubs and bars in North London, it's got a great remit of watering holes to rest your weary feet and sink a chilled pint of the good stuff. So whether you're looking for somewhere to get your buzz on before a mosey over to The Roundhouse or the Forum, or maybe in the market for a big and hearty Sunday lunch, here are all the best pubs to check out in Kentish Town.
Located slap bang in the middle of Kentish Town Road, The Abbey Tavern offers more than your average North London pub. From a sprawling beer garden and roof terrace to a glorious selection of beers, cocktails and gravy-dipped burgers, they're a trip that's well worth making whether you're a local or from further afield.
Heading out for a drink in Kentish Town and want something casual and calming with a firm British air about it? Grab a pint or three at the charming Lion and Unicorn as not only can you enjoy ale, pub food and craft beer spoils, there's eclectic interiors and a beer garden to boot.
The Grafton in Kentish Town is fast becoming one of Camden's most popular pubs. Spread across two floors, the bar serves a variety of different drinks, including 8 different award-winning ales and a list of fine wines. Better still, the venue's idyllic roof terrace is perfect for when the sun decides to make an appearance.