Plaquemine Lock


A former Angel pub has been taken over by the man behind Bocca Di Lupo and transformed into a Creole and Cajun spot. Jacob Kennedy has created Plaquemine Lock, named after the Louisiana lock that his great grandmother opened, while inside his mother has painted murals depicting the southern American state.

Located next to the canal in Angel, the pub has kept many of its more British features with a wooden bar and traditional feel. The menu, on the other hand, is very much an American affair with plates of seafood including crab, crayfish and oysters. Louisiana style cocktails are also served such as French 75, Ramos' gin fizz, and hurricanes, while beers are from local London brewers.  


  • Happily Affordable ££
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  • 18


Day Open Close Notes
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Wednesday 17:00 -
Thursday 17:00 -
Friday 17:00 -
Saturday 12:00 -
Sunday 12:00 -



Plaquemine Lock, 139, Graham Street, N1 8LB



Nearest Station

Angel (Tube)


  • Cuisines

    This venue serves American, International and Seafood food.

  • A word from the chef:

    Plaquemine Lock serves Cajun and Creole food from Louisiana.

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