The Eagle serve beers, wines and spirits as well as pub food in their restaurant section. Meals are served between Midday and 6pm every day. A variety of entertainment is provided including a pool table and gaming machines. Catering for private parties is available upon request. They also have a beer garden which is available for use in warmer months.
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Venue Details & Map
2 Shepherdess WalkIslingtonLondonN1 7LB
- +44 (0)20 7250 0507
- Public transport:
- Old Street, Underground
The phrase 'couldn't organise a piss-up in a brewery' is thrown around a lot these days, but in this case it is almost completely perfect.
Our party arrived for a colleague's birthday on a friday lunch time. The pub was moderately busy, but not unexpectedly so for a friday afternoon.
Being lunchtime on a workday, one expects to be served food promptly, so that returning to work within the...more
Nice for a quiet afternoon drink but soon gets busy after work, especially at the London Weekend (Thu-Fri). A decent selection of beers and lagers inc. Doombar :-) Good amount and location of TV screens for the football. Fab beer garden, nice for relaxing! or you can sit or stand out in the street. Hard to get served, staff seem hit and miss in terms of mood, even without a full moon ;-) All...more
The Eagle is your classic English pub that features in the classic nursery rhyme 'Pop Goes The Weasle' (Seriously, so much history here!!). I came here with my workmates for lunch one day and they couldn't wait to tell me about how the pub ties into the nursery rhyme. Not that they needed to, the rhyme itself is written on the wall!
It's your typical old pub setting but a little bit on the...more
Great place to watch the World Cup game. I liked their beer selection (they had some local crafts) and the place is pretty big. The Garden was full, but we were able to get a booth. Inside the main area, they had three TVs, and the bar was in the middle, so it was never hard to get to it, though service did get a bit slow the more people there were.more
After striking out at William IV (Sunday Roast ends at 3pm -- oh, the humanity!), we found ourselves situated for a bit of Sunday eating at the formidable Eagle.
We snagged the last remaining corner table...it was comfortably busy and buzzing for a Sunday, with groups and couples scattered about, enjoying drinks and food. We grabbed an ancient game of Scrabble and got comfortable,...more