Looking for a pub in Dalston?. Among those in the know Dalston is seen as a haven for the cool kids of London, filled with tons of places to soak up the unique culture like Ridley Road Market and The Dalston Rio. As well as quirky bars and clubs, Dalston also has dozens of cosy, cool and chilled out gastro pubs with food, beer gardens and real ale. Whether your budget is high or low, start with our list of recommended Dalston pubs!
Last updated on 15th May 2016
Three Compasses is a charming pub on Dalston Lane that doesn't conform to what you'd typically expect from a popular pub in zone two. It isn't a super-chic hipster parade with a microbrewery and a room for stroking cats; it takes a much more simple approach - focusing on serving up some of the best burgers in London, pouring the finest ales, offering a plethora of board games, and boasts some of the friendliest bar folk around.
The Vic’s longstanding reputation for memorable live music nights speaks for itself. Welcoming music fans of all genres through their doors down the years, pop in today and you’ll find an exciting gastropub vibe is to be enjoyed by the same token. The music plays on, but there’s also a fine choice of classic cocktails, locally brewed beers, rotating menus in the kitchen and a friendly atmosphere.
The Duke of Wellington is a friendly local found on Balls Pond Road with dashings of charm and character. Offering up delicious food and fabulous Sunday lunches, this homely pub is perfect for a romantic evening or a relaxed weekend.
The Haggerston is a DJ pub on Kingsland Road with a great atmosphere and a bustling crowd. Close to Kingsland High Street Rail, this pub is perfect for a Saturday night out when you don't fancy hitting the clubs.