Camden Town is home to some of London’s best pubs, all with their own character and quirkiness. From the historic locations filmed with musical and glamorous history, to the modern pubs for an epic night out, we’ve chosen ten of our favourite pubs in Camden.
Very much a stalwart in the Camden pub and bar scene, The Lock Tavern is one of the most vibrant in the area. Being a part of the East London Pub Co, The Lock Tavern is spacious, comfortable seating, a beer garden, and top-quality food. Upstairs you’ll find a cocktail bar, often with live DJs.
Better known as ‘the Amy Winehouse pub,’ Hawley Arms is a place to meet, chill, eat, and party. Few pubs can claim to have exquisite staff, and the Hawley can boast that their staff are some of the friendliest you’ll come across. A pint at the Hawley Arms is highly recommended.
The Golden Lion in Camden is known amongst locals for its Sunday Roast. Craft beer and dining for a wonderful London Pub experience. Perfect for the end of work day drink or a group of friends catching up.
You can’t come to Camden without visiting the World’s End. Located just opposite the Camden Town underground station, World’s End is one of London’s largest pubs. The endless history of rock stars who’ve had a drink here, the music being played, and Friday night energy throughout – grab a pint here to tick it off your list.
Renowned for the tales of Amy Winehouse, Blur, and Coldplay, Dublin Castle is one of Camden’s most important pubs. The music venue at the back has seen the UK’s best musical talent pass through in their development stages. Feel the punk energy as soon as you step inside.
A truly unique gem of a pub in London. The Dev is the UK’s most rock ‘n roll pub. Expect black leather, metal music, long-haired regulars, and an awesome experience. Beer, live music, and décor that’ll make your visit one to remember.
Always a welcoming atmosphere, The Spread Eagle on Parkway is a great place to meet, drink, and eat. A top-class menu, comfortable seating, and staff that know their wines, beers, and cocktails, it’s always a good bet come here for a good meal and drink.
A newbie to the list, The Farrier in Camden’s Stables Market takes pride in their menu and ingredients. The Farrier is a pub, restaurant, and wine store. Needing some quality time with friends or family over a mail and a drink in the heart of Camden Market, this will be your top choice.
Like a cocktail, and an intimate live music venue? Spiritual Bar is a small, independent bar in Camden like none other. Pure vibes (yes, incredible cocktails) and a cosy upstairs section too. A unique place to enjoy an evening out, often with live music.
A Camden pub with drinks, food, and continuous events. DJs, pub quiz, open mic, live music, stand-up comedy, excellent food and many drinks to choose from. Add it to your Camden trip planning diary.
These are just some of the pubs in Camden, there are many more. Feeling thirsty? Step out and head to Camden for a pint with friends.