Colonel Fawcett1 Randolph Street
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Building dates from 1843. Site of one of the last fatal duels in England in 1873: the victim, Col Fawcett, is said to appear as a ghost. The pub's website has a nice section on this. Most of the time three pumps are in use, they always stock Hammerton plus a rotating selection of beers from Redemption, Thornbridge, One Mile End, Wild Beer Co, Dark Star, Habour & Tiny Rebel plus others!
In 2013 became an accredited member of the CAMRA LocAle scheme. 10% off Real Ale for CAMRA members. Monday Night Comedy shows. Wednesday Quiz Night in the upstairs bar and Irish Trad Music in the main bar. Thursday there is a Live Acoustic Band, Steak Night and Happy Hour all night. Friday and Sat nights see DJs playing from 8pm till 1am. Major sporting events on big screens. Food served lunchtimes and evenings and all day weekends. Bottomless Brunch on Saturdays and Award Winning Roast Dinners served on Sundays. Two large outdoor areas, front and back, a large function room for hire.
Overground Camden Road station (200m); nearest tube Camden Town (400m).
CAMRA North London Branch Pub of the Season Winter 2019/2020.