North London

Campaign for Real Ale

Campaign for Real Ale


42 St Pancras Way
Emailku.oc.sgnuoy@noitutitsnoceht Telephone(020) 7380 0767
Real AleFamily FriendlyGardenLunchtime MealsEvening MealsDisabled AccessGamesSmokingFunction RoomDog FriendlySports TVLive Music
Opening times: Mon–Thu 10:00-23:00; Fri and Sat 10:00-24:00; Sun 10:00-22:30
Regular beers: Young's London Original, Young's London Special

See more about this pub on WhatPub, CAMRA's national pub guide.

Now reopened. 4 cask ales reported. For an interestiung take on the reopening please go to Much of the description below reflects how it was not how it is. Planning application submitted (2021/5985/P). Erection of single storey rear and side extensions:- with spiral stairs up to a terrace on the rear extension and a green roof on the side extension to side; provision of timber fenced enclosure on side yard to house bins with cycle stands in front and external alterations including new doors in side elevations, installation of air source heat pumps and condensers and associated ductwork and fans on roof. Comments until 14/2/22 on planning portal.

“We’re hearing reports this morning that the Constitution pub has been taken over and closed, and all the staff made redundant. Our thoughts are with them of course, but also with the local community and all the people, including us at Folk in the Cellar, for whom the Con has been part of our lives. It’s appalling that someone can just come in, flash money and put an end to all that. If/when we find out more we’ll pass it on. In the meantime, thanks for all the good times -we’ll have to find a way of carrying on making and sharing music in Camden.”

Previously operated by Pubs of Distinction who put all their on the market. Founded in 1858, it is the last remaining building from the old Agar Town, a short-lived working-class community swept aside by the development of St Pancras station and its rail lines.

As was: This is a very pleasant community pub, a welcome haven within bustling Camden and its vibrant Camden Market area. Its award winning patio terraced garden (Four time finalist in “Camden in Bloom”) has a very pleasant south-facing outlook over Regent’s canal. Member of CAMRA LocAle scheme. The downstairs cellar bar is host to live music and comedy events.

It's a bit fiddly to find this one - leave Camden Town Tube and cross over to the World's End pub, turn left and then right on to Greenland Road, walk to the end and cross Camden Street, turn right and then left into Georgiana Street. Walk to the end (crossing Royal College Street) - you should see the pub in front of you, by the humpbacked bridge over the canal. It is easier coming from Camden Rd.