Rose & Crown199 Stoke Newington Church Street
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Note - payment by card only, no cash. Close to historic Clissold House and park, this is the "gateway" to central Stoke Newington night-life. This inter-war former Truman's house retains many period features, including distinctive wood panelling which has led to its listing on CAMRA's Regional inventory of pub interiors. Ideal for lazy Sunday afternoons. En suite accommodation available. Food serving times - check their website. Popular and busy pub quiz on Tuesday nights - can be difficult to get a table if you are not playing. Has been known as such since 1612 but the original inns were on the east junction of Albion Rd and it moved to its present position in 1930 which probably goes a long way to explain the inter-war fabric. There was a house beer - Caledonian Edinburgh Castle in another guise - but it has not been seen recently.