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Stoke Newington Church StreetLondonN16 0UL
- 0207275 7807
Ryan's Bar has friendly staff, a nice vibe, and excellent Thai food. They have three cask ales on (all at £3.40 a pint) but all three are bloody awful. I'd rather they didn't bother. Doom Bar (in theory by the Rock Brewery in Cornwall but actually owned by Molson Coors and tasting like it), Deuchars IPA and Hobgoblin. I was there to see a friend's band. So I was there long enough to try one of...more
Some tasty thai food is produced here most evenings, although they were between chefs last time I popped in. The large garden provides ample seating in the summer, but the arrangement of tables is rather regimented and unimaginative. I suppose it maximises the use of space.
Still, it's a nice place to meet friends and I've supped many a spritzer here on a summer's day. Although, food seems...more
A little bit of Camden in Stoke Newington.
Ryan's bar is quite polarising iin the views of people I've discussed it with. I've had some great nights here, but some people find the rough edges and the punk clothing of some of it's visitors a little intimidating I guess. It's a bit like a slightly tamer version of the good mixer in Camden.
Beer here is well priced and it has a range of tellies...more
Ryan's bar serves lagers, good value Thai food, has live music and regular sports, particularly football. There is also a large south-facing garden with over one hundred seats that gets packed during the summer. It tends to attract the more earthy denizens of Church Street. All in all, Ryan's is a pretty reliable, unpretentious and, if I'm being honest, unremarkable place to eat, drink, be...more
It is one of my favourite bars because you are sure to have an enjoyable moment.
From live-sport (Rugby World Cup for exemple) with big screen to live-music there is always something happening!
During the day, you can have a seat and use the free WI-FI while you're drinking an apple juice.
A nice point is the garden reachable by stairs at the back of the place.
People are always...more