Coronet338-346 Holloway Road
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An exceptional and sympathetic Wetherspoons conversion of a former ABC cinema,designed by William Glenn, opened as The Savoy in 1940, screened its last film in 1983. This striking building is an oasis in Holloway. The former grandeur of the 1940s cinema is still visible, including a decommissioned projector.
Known locally for beer quality and range with great value prices. Full disabled access. Separate family area. Small garden heated at the rear. Full menu served until 22.00. Entry can be controlled when Arsenal are playing at home including higher prices and plastic drinking vessels. In 2013 became an accredited member of CAMRA's LocAle scheme - a wide range of London beers rotate. Alcohol served from 9am.
The pub was listed as an Asset of Community Value by Islington Council on 02/08/2016.