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The World's End
21-23 Stroud Green RoadFinsbury ParkLondonN4 3EF
- +44 (0)20 7281 8679
- Public transport:
- Finsbury Park, Underground
The World's End is a large pub, run-of-the-mill in all respects other than two: it hosts local bands and, far more significantly, has an old-school table football.
Indeed, on the night we swung by, the table football was unquestionably the biggest attraction for us. In the background the live band's songs seemed endless, like Don McClean's American Pie, save for a brief break where Holy...more
The food was good, the music was fair, and most importantly, they have board games. They're tucked away, so you pretty much have to ask, but I do love a pub with board games. 4 hours into monopoly I was cursing my friends for getting me into the whole thing, of course, but that's not the pub's fault.
All in all, a fine place to spend a Sunday afternoon.more
The pub is fine, the venue is big enough for bands to play not annoying the ones not really into the music night.
Food is not the best you can find at least in my only experience with that, drinks are fine in general.
Fair place to go, not my fav though.more
This pub most people find when wandering from Finsbury Park to Crouch End - it has a large interior space, with large bar too. It's a stalwart - been around for ages, does a perfectly good job of being a pub, that serves some reasonable food. Not too cheap, not too pricey.
As Matt states there is a healthy live music scene, and the range of bands is interesting.
Personally, I go to the...more
So chain pubs aren't really my thing, but this one has a few positive points that make it worth a visit. The Finsbury Park area seems to be devoid of decent pubs, so the options are limited anyway.
The bar has all the standard beers, wines and spirits, and the décor is typical of a chain pub. The thing that I like about it is the live music.
Every Saturday and Sunday, there is a showcase of...more