The Abbey Tavern is your home away from home, a relaxing North London meeting place, and prime watering hole for the discerning Kentish Town pub goer, with a great beer garden and roof terrace. The kitchen serves up food cooked fresh for you daily. For the musically thirsty, there is live music on Sunday and Tuesday evenings. The Abbey Tavern is available for private hires, DJ nights, record launches, corporate events, and album playbacks.
124 Kentish Town Road, King's Cross, London, NW1 9QB
For More Information:
+44 (0)20 7267 9449
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The Abbey Tavern
124 Kentish Town RoadKing's CrossLondonNW1 9QB
- +44 (0)20 7267 9449
- Public transport:
- Kentish Town West, National Railway
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A really nice pub, one of the best I've been to in Camden. Was here for the Camden Crawl and it accommodated lived music well too. I shall be going back!more
Yay! I'm a fan, as my star rating suggests. This funky pub is enjoyable at all hours. Serves good pub grub so you can pop in for lunch or boogy till the early hours in the evening. The staff are friendly, the atmosphere is alive and the beer garden is large enough to fit plenty but intimate enough to feel like you're chilling outside in the garden at a house party. A great pub all round.more
I seem to get trouble when I write reviews on here... they show up on my Facebook and I get told off... I like it.
The Abbey Tavern. Must have been past the place millions of times, on my way to cash converters or the job centre... I never noticed it until one lovely summer evening my friend said to come down to Kentish Town... "KENTISH TOWN" I always seem to echo someone when I have a certain...more
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I was recently there for a show (Ahab, I love you. Marry Me. All of you.) and in between songs I managed to slide up to the bar. Noticing that they did have a few interesting cocktails on offer, I quickly switched from a beer mood to a spirits spirit, so I asked for a whiskey sour, to which the bartender replied: "Hmm? A whiskey what?"
A funky bar and pub with a great patio, cool music nights, and nice food. They have good, interesting burgers with a wide variety of toppings--the Kentish burger with horseradish sent shivers right up my spine, it was so, uh, horseradish-y (but the beets were a bit weird). Chips are so-so. Bartenders have always been nice and chatty with me.
I've been here when they have open mic night during...more