The Elephants Head serve a wide variety of drinks as well as burgers and snacks. They also have fruit machines and a juke box.
224 Camden High Street, Primrose Hill, London, NW1 8QR
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+44 (0)20 7485 3130
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The Elephants Head
224 Camden High StreetPrimrose HillLondonNW1 8QR
- +44 (0)20 7485 3130
- Public transport:
- Camden Town
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Old school rock and soul with a classy old english charm. A great spot to chill out and escape the party animals in the street.more
Wandered here after the World's End and started to get the picture that maybe it's just Camden town that's weird, not the last bar I was in, or maybe I'd just had a bit to drink tonight.
This bar was blaring a n eclectic mix of 50's and 60's pop and was packed to the gills with a random smattering of people enjoying their Saturday Night out. the bar didn't have much special about it to...more
We stumbled into this place accidentally whilst trying to recharge during a weekend trip to Camden Market.
We didn't have a bad experience, but there also didn't seem to be much to distinguish this pub from any other we visited during our trip. If anything this pub seemed a little out of place compared to the swirling mess of Goth surrounding it, but that actually might work in it's favor...more
parched after strolling around camden, we stopped in the elephants head before heading back on the tube. the place is a cute irish pub, and the people represent the diverse and eclectic crowd of camden, as well as tourists. they menu looked tasty, although we did not dine there that evening. bevvies were enough to hold us over until dinner, and the staff were efficient and quick.more
We spent the majority of our evening here one night, and even though it was crowded and a place to sit was hard to come by, we kept going back.
Drinks here are cheap and the crowd is interesting. The DJ this particular night was playing an interesting assortment of tunes. And by interesting I mean it was like he was hitting shuffle on about 5 very different people's iPods. The folks...more