North London Tavern375 Kilburn High Road
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On a visit on 08/02/22 the beers on were Abbot + two guests from Truman's.
The North London Tavern was built in 1894 for the Railway workers. A central bar breaks up the pub and the decorated ceiling, lighting, wooden seating and floor create a warm ambience. There is a gastro-style restaurant at the rear in a very nice room but bar snacks are also available. Function room for hire. Beer range changes and often used to feature London breweries such as Sambrook's or Truman's.
Quiz Sun nights, Weds eve open mic. Outside seating on busy main road or slightly less busy side road. The pub was opened out in a November 2014 refurbishment but its essentially pleasant interior remains. Kilburn is the nearest tube. Brondesbury station is on the London Overground.