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
Think I've definitely found my favourite pub in London. Its in Camden, but a bit hidden away which is cool...they have the flowers like,e you get at a funeral saying 'dad' or whatever but with 'black heart' on the wall which is very striking. The place definitely has a Gothy/punky vibe but I like it a lot. They also do comedy nights in the space upstairs which is really cool.more
I've been to The Black Heart twice now. Both times for food. First for Kimchi Cult and second for Tongue'n'cheek. It's always a bit of a shock walking in as the music playing is music reminiscent of my childhood. It's not necessarily the music I listened to, but it's the music my sister listened to, so I'm quite familiar with it.
Both times I've come, I've had some beer, and both times I've...more
The tables are sticky, the tables are wobbly but you don't care once you've had kimchi cult. Read about my sexy burger adventure on the kimchi cult review page.
Alas, Black heart was not as pirate sexy as I thought it would be, there were no Jack sparrow's hanging about. (wait, that was the black pearl....Fail whale!)
The tables were sticky, the tables were wobbly and there was a massive...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
I don't often go to Camden, which I would like to be the first to admit is a bit silly. After all, Camden feels distinctly like home, yet clearly English, which is probably why it resonates with all of me, including the American citizenship and the Anglophile heart. That all said, as part of an impromptu let's-do-Camden-tonight, the Black Heart was absolutely my favorite spot along the way,...more