A charming pub in Bounds Green, The Ranelagh brings timeless watering-hole hospitality to this buzzy urban postcode. Food menus feature seasonal dishes made using carefully sourced ingredients, while the drinks list spans from well-chosen world wines, to artisan soft drinks and an ever-changing list of craft beers.
Venue Details & Map
82 Bounds Green RoadBowes ParkLondonN11 2EU
- +44 (0)20 8361 4238
- Public transport:
- Bounds Green, Underground
Living in wood green is a challenge when you're looking for a good pub as they're in short supply. The Ranelagh has long been a favourite of mine. I've done birthday lunches, drinks, open Mic nights and hangover breakfasts here with great success.
It's a warm and welcoming pub in winter months with a great menu and open fire. As yesterday was a six nations day with a England game I went with...more
This is my favorite local pub. And still one of the best pubs North London has to offer. The atmosphere is so warm and welcoming you feel like you are at home. Nice and relaxing decor with amazing food. Cant think of a better way to spend some time with friends.
Don't forget the Heated Terrace and amazing Beer garden cant wait for next summer ;)more
A great pub. Great food and live music!
There is a very good open mic jam session and live music showcase on weekly Thursday evenings. This is well-established, and hosted by music producer; Richard Lobb.more
Gotta be one of the best pubs in North London!!!!. They have a wide range of events including the famous Open Mic gigs every Thursday, hosted by Richard Lobb, entrance FREE but the musicians would really appreciate a pint or donation if you like them. :).
If you want amazing live music get yourself along to The Ranelagh on a Thursday. They offer also offer a Weekly pub quiz, Wednesday...more
Always a lovely pub to have a bite to eat in, as extensive menu but Thursday nights are something else. If you and your friends are stuck and not sure where to go, head for this pub, grab a table (advisable to pre book a table) and then enjoy the various songs, the band play. Members of the audience get up and play the drums or the sax, you never know who'll be singing what tune, with which...more