Hidden in a Camden back alley, this bar is hard to find, but once there, your heart will change from black to red with joy. The interiror is tricked out in Mexican Day-of-The-Dead decor and the bar has one of the best beer selections not only in Camden but the whole of London! There's also live music, indie, rock and retro DJs and fresh pizza bar snacks.
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Venue Details & Map
The Black Heart
3 Greenland PlaceCamdenLondonNW1 0AP
- +44 (0)20 7428 9730
- Public transport:
- Camden Town, Underground
All the pics do it justice - it's dark, cavernous and gritty. Rock is the order of the day, and it's well complimented with a delicious selection of crafty brews and even the odd decent whiskey (they had my fave from Ireland - Green Spot - deeeelish). To quote Arnie, I'll be back...more
I *love* the Black Heart. I think it's my favourite pub in London. It's nicely hidden away in the alley, with barely even a sign out front. Perfect for keeping the tourists away! It's dark and cosy and no TV screens. The music is amazing, the art and decor is really interesting. I love it.
There's always an epic choice of beer available and whilst the specials aren't cheap, they are worth it...more
Popped in for a gig and it was very Camden but had a bit of new-ness about it that didn't make it too authentic, but more hipster. But maybe it is trying to be mix of both which is fine by me to be honest.
Gig was good out back. Very much like the Camden gig bars which are small and intimate.more
My favourite bar in Camden. Great pre-gig spot. Drinks to please everyone and good level of music. No danger of them playing bad pop. Good crowd. If you're there for a gig upstairs, wear layers - it gets ridiculously hot.more
Gosh, if I'd have found Yelp years ago, I'd have a dukedom for this place by now. I spent about 75% of my free time here. I made the transition to The Black Heart from The Fighting Cocks, when the bar manager Josh moved here. Josh is somewhat of an innovator when it comes to providing craft beers and ales from relatively unheard of yet great breweries, alongside underground metal bands, and...more