A traditional London pub, The Flask in Highgate serves classic British food, fine wines and cask ales. The spacious outdoor terrace is a relaxing place to enjoy al fresco dining, and there are plenty of cosy corners to explore inside. This historic pub has seen many famous faces stop by, and apparently the odd ghost too.
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Venue Details & Map
77 Highgate West HillHighgateLondonN6 6BU
- +44 (0)20 8348 7346
- Public transport:
- Highgate, Underground
A great garden for sunny days! Armed with a jug of Pimms and sunglasses, you can relax and enjoy the day here. Bonus points for lots of water bowls out for furry friends. I don't have a dog, but I like businesses that lool out for their health/safety too in hot weather. :)more
Unimpressed. Ate at The Flask the afternoon of Easter Monday. In need of some proper pub grub we were all disappointed. It was busy but we managed to get a table outside and enjoyed the nice setting but the food was pretty terrible.
Two of my group ordered sausage and mash which came served with mash potato that reminded us of school dinners and not in a good way, a tiny serving of kale and...more
Just luv, luv, luv The Flask!
I'm residing nearby here in wonderful Highgate for the summer and stop here daily after walking the dog for a late afternoon Pimm's Cup on the lovely outdoor patio. Cool vibes, impressive menu and very dog friendly. They provide doggie water bowls for the canines...more
My immediate reaction to stumbling upon this pub went something along the lines of... 'What the frak - how did they hide a giant-ass big ol' mother of an outdoor patio here?!' To be fair, I didn't really say that out loud, but it was amongst some of the more colourful inner monologue I'd had with myself that day.
And though I can't speak to the food from first-hand experience, I can say that...more
I'm originally from Boston, Massachusetts, a city that prides itself on it's history. And yet, when you're sitting at a bar, fresh in from America, in a pub that's older than the damn country you just left, all history is put to shame.
The Flask now holds a place in my heart for being the first English pub I went to after moving to London. It's the local of my colleague and I was psyched to...more