The Stag

Description

The Stag has one of the best pub gardens in North London. It is well known for its food quality & beer offers & is an independent, family owned business. The Stag also offers full table service with its team of staff. It is a popular destination venue for parties and also a well-loved local pub with its eclectic offer & fun atmosphere. As mention it has one of the best pub gardens around, with private heated Cabanas that can be booked year round as in the Winter months a large circus tent is professionally installed for a magic Winter Garden

The Stag serves up 24 taps of great beer, plus more in bottles & cans in their fridges. They hunt out the best beers the UK has to offer & import brilliant brews from around the world. Plus they have great drinks all round. With well-crafted cocktails, interesting spirits, wines & soft drinks. Their kitchen serves up fresh seasonal pub food with a twist. Often busy & vibrant place with its cracking Sunday roasts offer.

 

Vouchers

Gift Voucher
£25 - £200

Info

  • Happily Affordable ££
  • Taking Bookings
  • only on NYE.
  • None

Hours

Day Open Close Notes
Monday 12:00 23:00
Tuesday 12:00 23:00
Wednesday 12:00 23:00
Thursday 12:00 23:00
Friday 12:00 0:00
Saturday 12:00 0:00
Sunday 12:00 22:30

Location

Address

The Stag, 67, Fleet Road, NW3 2QU

Area

Hampstead

Nearest Station

Hampstead Heath (Rail)

Private Hire

Name Type Capacity
Seated
Capacity
Standing
Cost Min spend
Midweek*
Min spend
Weekend*
Pub & garden Venue Hire 250 400 - on application on application.

We sometimes are available for Private Hire & have done some great events for London based companies in the past. Let us know your event and we will get back to you 

Private Dining with own roof terrace & bar Private Room 0 60 - on application on application

* The minimum spends are a guideline only and vary according to the day and time of the year.

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Customer Reviews (2374)

Our Review

The Stag Belsize Park - London Pub Review

The Stag Belsize Park - London Pub Review

From October onwards, my Saturdays are invariably spent the same way until April - trying to find the perfect winter pub. How else does one survive months of British dreariness? The criteria for a cold-weather boozer is simple; lots of cosy corners to retreat into, hearty home-cooked food and enoughpints…


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