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83 St Pauls Road
This Highbury watering hole is one of my favourite local spots for a posh cider or a nice glass of Reisling. The selection for non beer-drinkers it one of its strengths, but I'm assured that it's also excellent for those into...
144 - 145 Upper Street
This stylish cocktail bar on Upper Street really comes into its own in the warm weather, when the shop front comes off and you can sit in breezy comfort as you sip your cocktails. It's not cheap, but the drinks are great quality...
207 Upper Street
A great bar for those who appreciate live music and the rock 'n' roll lifestyle, this pub is a great place to let your hair down. Always laid back with a music-savvy crowd, it has a gig venue in the basement while the other two...
119 Balls Pond Road
As laid back as pub as you'll ever see, very nice and full of choice. As an ale lover, this place has everything and is superb in the content and variety of ales. They have a big screen in the back seating area for sports events...
2 Shepperton Road
The Rosemary Branch is a fascinating little boozer situated near the borders of the Islington and Hackney boroughs. The layout is divided into 2 different parts with the bar on a larger side and a smaller side for those who just...
39 Queens Head Street
I've been in here a handful of times now over the past few weeks and I can honestly say it's the best pub in Islington for hanging out and listening to some great music. With the closing of so many music venues & bars it's good to...
25 Canonbury Lane
25 Canonbury lane is one of the most stylish places to enjoy a cocktail in Islington, and you can't beat its swanky interior and gorgeously crafted drinks. If you're having a party there is a really nice self contained room at the...
235 Upper Street
If you sort of miss your university days (but like being able to afford a round) you can re-live the good bits by visiting The Library; a bookish bar within staggering distance of Highbury & Islington tube. There's usually a comfy...
2 Essex Road
If you're planning a drink with friends in Islington, this is one of those places that's all too easy to forget, because it's not on the obvious main drag of Upper Street. I'm writing this partly to remind myself it's there in...
96-98 Pentonville Road
One of my favourite music venues in London, The Lexington is a bar that is passionate about music and art culture. Some of the best underground bands tend to here, you can also pick up free DIY style magazines and advertises some...
10 Thornhill Road
Very nice pub restaurant off the beaten track on a back road between Upper Street and Liverpool Road. It's very quaint from the outside and doesn't lose this on the inside either, which real fires, lots of little rooms with dark...
Loving this re-vamping of a favoruite old haunt! This is a fantastic place to visit when you feel like dressing up a bit and making a night of it, then catching up with friends for a gossip and a high class cocktail.
297 Caledonian Road
@FussyLady............... it's getting darker and colder! Hot choc on the menu soon :)
57 Liverpool Road
I love The Angelic, and it's now become a bit of a bolt-hole when my partner and I find ourselves tired of shopping on Upper Street-nothing like a cool pint in its ornate surroundings when you're stressed out and laden down with...
70 Upper Street
Ladybird was everything i was looking for when i said i want a weekend out to remember. The cocktails were great with an endless choice and they actually tasted even better then they sounded. A big and varied selection of music...
209 Liverpool Road
The Barnsbury in Liverpool Road really is one of Islington's finest pubs. Everything from the ale to the food to the service is superb. You're guaranteed to leave full of cheer.
59 Newington Green Road
The Alma is a little off the beaten track, but I think it's well worth the short bus ride from Hi&I, particularly when it's hosting one of its events: the recent beer and cider festivals were both big successes, and I'm hoping...
119 St Peters Street
Situated close the canal, it's a great place to drink. The bar is indeed (as the name suggests) narrow and this takes some getting used to, but once you have a drink in hand you'll never look back. There are few places in London...
84-86 Essex Road
I recently discovered the New Rose and will definitely be back: it's the ideal spot for catching up with friends and while it's quite busy in the evenings, it isn't as uncomfortably rammed as some of the better-known pubs and bars...
173-174 Upper Street
Sunday evening, hmmm what to do?? Ah yes, the great invention of private karaoke rooms where you can croon to your heart''s content and only make a fool of yourself in front of your mates! Having been invited to a 2 hour session...