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Highbury is a district in the London Borough of Islington.HistoryEarly HighburyThe area now known as Islington was part of the larger manor of Tolentone, which is mentioned in the Domesday Book. Tolentone was owned by Ranulf brother of Ilger and included all the areas north and east of Canonbury and Holloway Road. The manor house was situated by what is now the east side of Hornsey Road near the junction with Seven Sisters Road. After the manor decayed, a new manor house was built in 1271 (see below) to the south-east; to differentiate it from the original manor and because it was on a hill, it was called Highbury, from which the area takes its name.The site for Highbury Manor was possibly used by a Roman garrison as a summer camp. During the construction of a new Highbury House in 1781, tiles were found that could have been Roman or Norman; unfortunately these have been lost.Highbury ManorOwnership of Highbury eventually passed to Alicia de Barrow, who in 1271 gave it to the Priory of St John of Jerusalem, also known as the Knights Hospitallers in England. The wealthy Lord Prior built Highbury manor as a substantial stone country lodging with a grange and barn.In 1381, during the Peasants' Revolt, Jack Straw led a mob of 20,000 rioters who "so offended by the wealth and haughtiness" of the Knights Hospitallers destroyed the manor house. The Lord Prior at the time, Robert Hales, who had taken refuge in the Tower of London, was captured and beheaded on Tower Hill. Jack Straw and some of his followers used the site as a temporary headquarters; consequently the derelict manor became known for the next 500 years as Jack Straw’s Castle. This should not be confused with the better known Jack Straw’s Castle, formerly a pub and now residential flats at Whitestone Ponds, Hampstead, which was named after the semi-legendary leader of the revolt.
Situated right next to Angel Tube Station. During the day sample some of our delicious food: freshly cooked pizza with some some more exotic topping than you'd normally find, burgers, salads and much much more.
There's some great deals including:
Lunch Club- £6.95 for any 12” pizza, flatbread, quesadilla or salad plus a selected drink
2-4-1 Pizza all day on Tuesday
2-4-1 Cocktails on selected cocktails all day on a Thursday
+ many more
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Home to getting people merry and making memories since; a long fuckin' time ago!
Home to faithful regulars:
- ROBBO (65yrs old. Drank 6 pints, 5 Tequilas, in 1 hr. Then went for Doctors Appointment. Ledge.)
- MAX SPLODGE (Punk rock Legend. Has his own fan club. Wins every quiz night. Stella Drinker. Ledge)
- GRANDAD (Just call him it. ledge)
- TERRY (Living Legend. From a better time. Love that man.)
-And all those who can really drink. alot.
No-one leaves sober. every-one leaves with empty cash pockets.
You leave happy.
Try a 'DOPEY'
Then a skittle -bomb.
The Best Lagers. Beer. Cider. Spirits. Wine. Measurements. Tunes. People. You name it! Now Love it.
The Chapel Bar is a split level, 260 capacity, multi-purpose, DJ bar & private hire venue.
When it comes to private hire, we have built our reputation on our accommodating service, great homemade food, quality DJ’s and relaxed atmosphere. We aim to meet each individual party’s requirements and to ensure that all of the little details are taken care of so that you don’t have to worry.
Whether you desire a Summer Wedding, Anniversary, Birthday, Fancy dress Party, Formal Business Meeting or Office Christmas Party, we aim to provide you with the best in food, drink, entertainment, music and service. Our catering service is well-reputed, with a host of options encompassing world cuisine to choose from for a canapé reception to a formal dinner. We offer a host of special extras, from a 40” Chocolate fountain to Red Carpet arrival and each party booker has the option to meet with the management personally to make sure that everything is just
right. Our private terrace bar offers a more intimate space, with sumptuous lilac and silver tones, opulent chandeliers and Venetian mirrors. The heated covered terrace provides an ideal outdoor space that is perfect come rain or shine. We can provide a 5am finish for events and have DJ facilities are available in both bars, for your DJ or ours, MP3 play-lists or live music and bands.
For more info please call 0207 833 4090 or have a look at our website www.thechapelbar.co.uk
Bringing craft beer to Hoxton, while not taking itself too seriously, the pub is located on Hoxton Street just off Hoxton square and in the heart of the dynamic Shoreditch social scene.
Serving craft beer, sourced from far and near, providing quality home cooked food, sourced locally where possible, The Howl is continually innovating its beer and food.
Howl at the Moon is open 12pm to 1am Friday and Saturday and from 12pm to 11pm the rest of the week.
As the only pub in the British Isles to bear the name, The Island Queen really is one of a kind. Tucked away on Islington's quiet backstreets, "the Queen" is a quaint oasis of comfy sofas, high ceilings and intriguing original features reminiscent of a classic London gin palace. Our deceptively bijou bar serves a gargantuan range of speciality drinks, while our colonial-inspired interior - embellished by etched glass and hand-painted mirrors - makes for a uniquely cosy backdrop in which to savour them.
When it comes to pubs in Islington, The Island Queen can't be surpassed for its encyclopaedic drinks range, fresh, seasonal food and offbeat charm. In fact, we think it's among the best places to eat and drink in London. Come and lay claim to one of our cosy corners and settle in for a session at a proper local.
The Island Queen is within easy reach of City Road, Finsbury or Hoxton, and we're also near Sadler's Wells and Regent's Canal, making us ideal for a spot of lunch or dinner while you're out and about.
Joseph Grimaldi - early nineteenth century Islington resident and the creator of the modern day clown - provides the inspiration for a new pub opening this week at the junction of Chapel Market and Penton Street, Islington. “The Joker of Penton Street” will put a contemporary spin on the satire that Grimaldi introduced to the stage at nearby Saddlers Wells by defying hipster bar fashion and taking itself far less seriously than its location suggests it should, and by celebrating those skilful raconteurs whom, throughout history, have raised a laugh at the expense of the conventions of the day.
“Life is a scream” comments landlord Dan Hanlin, “and at The Joker of Penton Street we intend to remember that by ensuring everyone has a fun time with us, every time they visit”. Comedy looks set to play its part in the entertainment at the pub, the first floor function room providing an ideal venue for great stand-up and improv. and the credibility of the music will never be in question. But the Joker is as much about having a great time in brilliant company with the tastiest food and the most refreshing ale. The food is provided by the aptly named “Tongue ‘n Cheek” street food specialists who have been setting Londoners’ taste buds alight with the famous Heartbreak burger, made from 50% ox heart and 50% dry, 40 day aged beef. Cask ale comes from the Laine’s Brewery located in Hackney at sister pub The People’s Park Tavern, and cocktails have been developed by Hanlin himself, who has attempted to reflect the joy and diversity of British drinking in the recipes he has devised.
When Grimaldi was a resident of Penton Street, the pub was called The Compasses, derivations of the name surviving right up until the last few years when it became a restaurant called The Hundred Crows Rising. New owners – InnBrighton – who made the site their sixth London acquisition, set out to turn it back into a vibrant pub by giving it an unconventional makeover in a similar fashion to their recent projects at the People’s Park Tavern in Hackney and the Aeronaut in Acton. In addition to a commissioned, large wooden sculpture of the comedy and tragedy dramatic masks, the interior includes a rare oddity in the original 10 feet high clock which featured on the cover of the Oasis album "Be Here Now", and which formed part of the band’s stage show. As well as portraits of Grimaldi himself, the pub’s artwork includes references to other entertainers who have added pathos, humanity and satirical qualities to the personality of the clown, such as Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, Norman Wisdom and Andy Kaufman. But unlike Grimaldi who punned “I am grim all day – but at night I make you laugh”, The Joker of Penton Street, which trades from midday to past midnight, promises to be a welcoming, interesting and fun loving place whatever the time.
Anam (Gaelic for "life & soul") is a funky cocktail/DJ Bar (Top 5 Cocktail Bars in London) in the heart of Chapel Market, mixing a blend of soulful uplifting music with an exquisite selection of premium spirit-based cocktails.
Anam Cocktail Bar
3 Chapel Market
Tuesday - All Cocktails Half Price
Wednesday - Mojito Madness
Thursday - Four Pound Thursdays
Friday - Cocktail Fever
Saturday - The Legendary Blush
Bookings: [email protected] or 02072781001
'Round Midnight Blues and Jazz BarDistance: 1.3 miTourist Information 13 Liverpool Road London, N1 0R
The bar has a capacity of 100 people, a large stage, tremendous sound system and extensive drinks menu. We are family owned and run, trying hard to bring you a different kind of live music experience. We pay all our bands and disapprove of Pay To Play venues or those that expect their performers to bring a big crowd. Come see for yourself!
Round Midnight, Jazz And Blues BarDistance: 1.3 miTourist Information 13 Liverpool Road London, N1 0RW
The Commissary is a relaxed Bar and Kitchen near the Angel and Old Street tube stations. Nestled alongside Regent's Canal, the Commissary offers good food in a relaxed atmosphere.
The Commissary is available for bookings, for tables, parties and as a whole venue. Contact us for more information.
Mon-Fri open from 8am, Sat-Sun open from 11am.
We hope to see you soon!
Step in to discover a traditional pub of unique character, revered for its eclectic range of real ales and its quality pub food, which are served, as they should be, with a generous measure of famous British hospitality.
Until the late 18th Century, the site of our pub was open fields and part of a farm. We were first established as The York Hotel in 1851 and dairy cows once grazed up to the back door. An historic print from 1819 shows a view from outside the pub, with St. Mary's Church and bare-knuckle prize fighting on the green.
The York is one of many rare gems in the Nicholson's collection of great British pubs, reputed for their distinctive buildings, intriguing history and vibrant atmosphere.
Hello! We are the Earl of Essex. We have 20 draft lines and 33 bottles of beer. We love the stuff so much we have even put our own brewery in the place!
In addition to all that beery goodness we have a great food menu (all matched up to some of the great beers on offer) and of course all the wines and spirits you would want!
The York Pub, Angel IslingtonDistance: 1.3 miTourist Information 82 Islington High Street, London N1 8EQ London, N1 8EQ
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The Angelic Is A Refined Gastropub Situated Only Minutes Away From Angel Station In The Heart Of Angel.
We Offer Exceptional Service, Incredible Gastronomy & A Fantastic Selection Of Beverages.
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Be It After Work Drinks With Friends Or A Special Occasion For A Group, We Are Delighted To Cater To Your Needs!
Here at The Steam Passage Tavern we offer a free events service, upon enquiring we will look after your booking from start to finish whatever ever the occasion whether it’s a works event, birthday of anniversary or a table for a sporting event we can offer 10% off drinks and food for all pre-bookings.
Customers can sign up for a ‘Steam Passage Privilege Card’ and receive a 10% discount on their food and drinks for every visit. The card can be used all day, every day for groups/tables of up to 10 people.
At the Steam Passage Tavern we can create the perfect setting for your party. The venue has recently been refurbished and can offer cosy seating’s and a lot of smiles from our friendly staff.
The bar is located minutes’ walk from Angel station and is open until 2am on weekends with great music for you to enjoy the Angel nightlife.
You can choose from our wide selection of traditional English pub food or have us catering for any special requirements.
Angel is an area on the northern fringe of central London. It is located 2mi north-northeast of Charing Cross on the Inner Ring Road at a busy transport intersection. The area is identified in the London Plan as one of 35 major centres in London. It is a significant commercial and retail centre, and a business improvement district. Angel straddles the ancient boundary of the parishes of Clerkenwell and Islington that later became the metropolitan boroughs of Finsbury and Islington. It is named from the former Angel Inn which stood on the corner of Islington High Street and Pentonville Road. Since 1965 the whole area has formed part of the London Borough of Islington in Greater London.
Hoxton is a district in the East End of London, England, immediately north of the financial district of the City of London. Hoxton forms the western part of Shoreditch, being part of the ancient parish and subsequent Metropolitan Borough of Shoreditch prior to its incorporation into the London Borough of Hackney. The area of Hoxton is bordered by Regent's Canal on the north side, Wharf Road and City Road to the west, Old Street to the south, and Kingsland Road to the east.Hoxton is also a ward, electing three councillors to Hackney London Borough Council. It forms part of the Hackney South and Shoreditch constituency.Historical HoxtonOrigins"Hogesdon" is first recorded in the Domesday Book, meaning an Anglo-Saxon farm (or "fortified enclosure") belonging to Hoch, or Hocq. Little is recorded of the origins of the settlement, though there was Roman activity around Ermine Street, which ran to the east of the area from the 1st century. In medieval times, Hoxton formed a rural part of Shoreditch parish. It achieved independent ecclesiastical status in 1826 with the founding of its own parish church dedicated to St John the Baptist, though civil jurisdiction was still invested in the Shoreditch vestry. The Worshipful Company of Haberdashers remains Patron of the advowson of the parish of St John's.