North Nineteen

Venue Details & Map

North Nineteen

Address
194 - 196 Sussex Way
London
N19 4HZ
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7281 2786
Public transport:
Upper Holloway, National Railway

Yelp

4 out of 5 based on 6 reviews

Top 5 reviews of North Nineteen

4.0 out of 5 24 January 2013
by MaryAnn Z.

Until a local friend suggested we meet for drinks here, I had no idea this place existed. It's really cozy (fireplaces!!) and comfortable. The bar staff is really friendly. The whisky selection looks good, although I didn't inspect too closely. The mix of customers was really interesting, too, in both great ways and very strange ways. The menu looked good, but we didn't have anything to eat...more

5.0 out of 5 29 June 2012
by Julia K.

This place used to be my local and I love it to bits. Remy and Tony are super-cool, and the food is a cut above. So cozy, warm in winter, always a welcome feeling.more

4.0 out of 5 28 March 2011
by Michael B.

Wrapped inside a bland exterior in a charmless Upper Holloway neighborhood is North Nineteen, the sort of cosy family pub and restaurant that deserves to be the center of community life.

The interior is newly refurbished and it makes no effort to simulate period charm -- it is unpretentious, clean and modern. The front bar has a large open fireplace and a flat screen TV for the friendly local...more

4.0 out of 5 27 March 2011
by Andy B.

Situated in the hinterland between Holloway Road and Hornsey Road, North Nineteen a friendly, welcoming pub, run by a superb staff who take the time to chat and get to know you, and make a point of remembering you when you come back. They provide an interesting selection of CAMRA recommended, well-kept beers, a wide choice of wines and ciders, as well as superb menu, which, although slightly...more

5.0 out of 5 1 October 2009
by Chris F.

Ah now this is a good 'un. I especially like the thought of a fizzfan walking into the whiskey and ale bar and looking at the row of six ale pumps and contorting his face as he tries to figure out this unusual layout. I haven't actually been in the front bar yet, but fear not, I am sure there is lager to be found. But back to a proper drink. The ale choices are varied, often including Skinners...more