Best Camden Pubs
Camden pubs are definitely a top drinking destination for Londoners. 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. Pubs in Camden are a perfect spot for after work drinks, lazy sunday hang outs, watching the big game or big nights out. Start with the ones below and who knows where the night will lead you?
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.
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.
This delightfully vintage and quirky pub in Camden has a whole host of options whatever the occasion. Great for catch up drinks, celebrations as well as party nights at the weekend. The star of the show is the Thai-style tree houses that can be booked for parties! Info & Booking.
The Camden Eye is a Camden pub with many characters. In the day it is a good old traditional pub with a list of british ales, traditional pub food with a twist and great place to have an after work pint or meet up with mates in the day on the weekend. Its other side comes in the form of live music and DJs playing on the weekends until 2am. So whether you want a chilled night in Camden or a party night in Camden, The Camden Eye can cater for whatever type of night out you want.
The Camden Head is one of the oldest and best pubs in Camden. Established in 1787 you would expect it to be how a traditional London boozer should be. If you want to chill out before or after a gig in Camden or just catch up with mates over a drink or two. As with many venues in Camden, the pub turns into a party pub on the weekend, open until 3am with DJs. There are also comedy nights to look out for. Wanting a fun night out in Camden or chilling mid-week, head to The Camden Head.
The Edinboro Castle is tucked away between the business of Camden Market and the beautiful Regents Park. It has everything you would want from a great London pub: A warm, welcoming atmosphere, four real ales, a large selection of speciality beers and ciders, regionally sourced pub food and a huge pub garden. It is also the perfect place for a lazy sunday afternoon with chilled out music, delicious roasts and a selection of papers and board games! The Edinboro Castle is simply a great Camden pub.