Landseer Arms37 Landseer Road
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Victorian pub, so different from most of the places on Holloway Road. It has been through a few incarnations, from an Allied pub called the Stanley Arms (see below) which was closed down as uneconomic, a Wetherspoon called JJ Moons, then renamed in 2002 after the Victorian artist, whose works included the Trafalgar Square lions and a painting called "Monarch of the Glen". North London CAMRA Summer Pub of the Season 2018.
Spacious interior includes a conservatory-style space (sometimes used for dining) on the other side of the bar. Lots of pavement seating, with retractable awnings and heaters. Underwent a refurbishment in 2017 with the outside now a dark green paint job. The food times are for the kitchen, pizza is served Monday - Saturday 12-10, Sunday 12:30-9:30. Operated by Stanley Pubs who also run the Lady Mildmay and three other pubs.
This pub was originally called the Stanley Arms see http://www.pubshistory.com/LondonPubs/Islington/Stanley.shtml .