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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The Black Heart
3 Greenland PlaceCamdenLondonNW1 0AP
- +44 (0)20 7428 9730
- Public transport:
- Camden Town, Underground
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
This place is WONDERFUL. A huge and varied selection of ever changing craft beers, ales and ciders, and the staff genuinely know what they're talking about when it comes to recommendations and are happy to let you try stuff that's on tap. The spirits aren't the typical ones most bars serve, but actually taste better. The guest spots each week for the kitchen are always delicious and there's...more
I love the Black Heart - and have been there for both work and play!
The drink selection is wide and varied. I am a cider drinker more so than beer, and they regularly have new and interesting cider options. The beer choices are huge, on tap, in cans, local and worldwide. I can't speak with much authority on them, but I'm assured they're awesome.
The food is amazing. Kimchi Cult is long gone...more
I really like this pub! Awesome rock and roll grunge looking with hatch food delivery -Pulled pork ect which was ace, fairly pricey but pretty standard type camden prices, good drink selection, great for that kindda of dirty grimey sexy atmosphere for a great night out with mates, haven't experienced the band aspect but want too, loos are shared which doesn't bother me in the least but expect...more
The Black Heart is one of those London "dive bars" that is trying a little too hard to be grungy or rock and roll.
Everything here is intense. The name is intense. The location, down a back alley with a giant black heart hanging above the door, is intense. The music on the speakers is intense. The insane over-the-top intense poster and pictures that line the walls of skulls and neon crosses...more