Draft House have a keen sense when it comes to beer in the capital, but they're not shy of brunch either. If you've got an afternoon and you find yourself in Camden, try their bottomless offering for non-stop lagers alongside big bites and burgers.
Fun Things To Do in Camden
While this North London neighbourhood may no longer be home to mohicans, leather jackets and studs alone, that doesn't mean it isn't still full of character (even if it's a little less punk). If you're looking for something fun to do in Camden, from themed bottomless brunches and quirky art workshops to food events and live music nights, check out our recommendations below.
If you're bored of the same 'ol when it comes to cocktails in Camden, why not change the playing field with a drinks experience? Found in a secret space just shy of Mornington Crescent, BYOC is an illicit bar where no two tipples are the same.
Looking to inject a little of self care into your brunching regime? Head over to Near & Far Camden where they'll be teaming up with Barber & Blow for a unique brunch event that lets you tuck into two hours of bottomless bubbles and Mexican delights, followed by a quick hair fix up.
Looking for places to eat in Camden? Lan Kwai Fong is one of our top picks thanks to its menu filled with dim sum staples alongside tasty dishes like 24-hour slow-braised pork belly rice and salt and pepper tofu. There's even cocktails, karaoke and more if you're after a fun time.
When it comes to date ideas in Camden, Plonk Golf is a guaranteed winner. Expect quirky neon decor, some brain-busting ramps and a BYOB policy, with tickets priced at just a fiver per player.
Located just a stone's throw away from Camden station, DUO is the nightlife venue with a mega reputation for its themed events. From boozy bingo sessions to Mean Girls-style afternoon tea and quirky art classes, there's never a dull moment at this Instagrammable spot.
On the hunt for a bottomless brunch event in Camden? This tropical-themed bash comes complete with two hours of free-flowing rum punch or fizz, along with a selection of tasty Caribbean plates, from jerk salmon to loaded flatbreads.
FEST Camden found itself in the heart of the 200 year-old, notorious stables, and it's been going from strength to strength since then. Not only home to roaring club events and cabaret, it also fronts rooftop cinema screenings, perfect for those long summer nights.
Located on Camden High Street, Blues Kitchen is one of North London's quirkiest bars. Playing host to some of the best live soul and Motown music around, the weekends see this place packed out to the rafters, with a menu of American-style comfort food to keep your fuelled throughout.