Best Camden Pubs
Camden and it's love of pints? Let us tell you all about it. There's traditional real ale pubs, modern gastro pubs serving up tasty treats and great beer gardens as well as crazy DJ pubs where you can find brilliant live music and late night partying; they are the perfect spot for after work drinks, lazy Sunday hang outs, watching the game or big nights out. And you thought it was all mohawks.
Camden is home to the cool and casual drink, making the Spread Eagle the perfect plight for a pint. Head to this cool North London nook for city beers, a roster of prime British meals and a laid-back atmosphere all day long in a Camden pub that's known to shine.
Legendary for its ability to embrace the creative, youthful Camden vibe in a traditional pub venue, The Good Mixer has welcomed famous musicians like Amy Winehouse and Oasis through its doors. Its history and reputation as a place to relax and just let loose, The Good Mixer is one of Camden's best pubs.
Overlooking both the canal and the bustle of the famous market itself, Lockside is a top place to grab a pint in Camden thanks to its outdoor tables, affordable cocktail menu and buzzing North London vibe.
One of Kentish Town's favourite pubs, this fun bar and eatery fronts a gorgeous beer garden perfect for soaking up some summer sun as well as plenty of cosy spots inside for when the weather takes a turn. Pitch up for beers and burgers and see if you can't waste a day here.
Casual drinks come easy in Camden with a boozer like The Princess of Wales in tow. A gem of classic British dishes, 150 years worth of history behind it, and three floors to relax in, escape the hustle and the bustle and hunker down in one of the best pubs in North London.
A quirky pub in the heart of Camden, this unique boozer offers all manner of great beers and great events to get involved with. From rhythmic Voodoo Rock nights to old-school ska and reggae events, and throwback dance tunes, it's a place that keeps music at its heart.
Nested in the heart of Camden, The Colonel Fawcett is a classic British boozer that oozes a traditional charm. Home to an ample selection of real ale, cider and cocktails, it's this pub's unparalleled selection of over 100 gins that make it really special.
Sat on the corner of London Fields, this quirky East London pub is a must-visit if you're in the area. With a great outdoor space to sink some sunshine pints, and a menu of fresh seasonal eats, and a tasty AF Sunday roasts, it's easily one of the best beer gardens in London.
Located in between Chalk Farm and Camden Town - and just a few yards from Primrose Hill - is The Queen's; a beautiful and characterful pub well worth a visit no matter what time of year you're in town. Fresh and seasonal British food is served from the kitchen, there's 5 cask ales on tap, a terrace to chill in during the summer months and friendly service that makes you instantly want to keep this as your local boozer.
Fancy heading out on a jolly through some of Camden's best pubs? You are invited on a crazy and booze-fuelled adventure that'll no doubt have you dancing until the early hours. For the price of your ticket, you'll gain free entry and queue jump into some of the most talked about bars, club and pubs in Camden, as well as free shots and drinks deals at each stop off, plus all sorts of goodies to keep you crawin' those bars with a smile on your face.
Brewdog is a name that just seems to be getting bigger and bigger. Having started off North of the border, the craft beer connoisseurs have opened up bars across the UK, including one on Camden's Bayham Street. Always creating new beers and experimenting with different flavours, head down to this Camden pub and taste some of the quirkiest pints in the industry.
Think a pub isn't going to cut it when it comes to grabbing a pint in Camden? Camden Town Brewery would have to agree as they invite you to join them on a whistle stop tour of the original home of Hells Lager in Wilkin Street Mews.