Bar offering quirky decor, cocktails, wood-oven pizzas, DJs and live performances
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77 Kilburn High Road, Kilburn, London, NW6 6HY
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+44 (0)20 7624 5793
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The Betsy Smith
77 Kilburn High RoadKilburnLondonNW6 6HY
- +44 (0)20 7624 5793
- Public transport:
- Kilburn High Road, National Railway
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Another nice posh pub wit good grub.
Smack dab in the middle of ghetto kilburn area. Makes for interesting people watching when you're having lunch outside in the front patio area.
I've had the pizza which was delicious and huge for one and they let me adjust a topping. And I've tried the betsy club sandwich, chicken and bacon, uhuh. The chips it came with weren't the best, too soft and one...more
I wish there was a good enough description of a brow, furrowed intriguingly, at least a little shorter than this one I am currently doing....
The Betsy Smith, new place, less than a year old and is going ok... looks real nice inside although I feel I may break something seem a little delicate. The Betsy Smith is a newish cocktail bar that looks like it's escaped from Old Street but left it's...more
I really want to love the Betsy Smith. Its probably one of the nicest bars on the Kilburn High Road in terms of decor.
I've only been a couple of times and I find the prices a little over the top.
On my second visit however I ordered a jug of Pimm's and some nachos. Which Changed everything. The nachos are absolutely delicious and the Pimm's had ALL the right about of fruit and mint in it....more
Well, summer finally arrived in London this weekend. The bright sunshine prompted a burst of happiness from Londoners (people smiling on the Tube, no less!) and doesn't everyone look more healthy and attractive with the sun out?
I met with some friends in Kilburn and they suggested catching up over some cocktails at the Betsy Smith. The decor inside had some interesting features (pink...more
Ah Betsy Smith! What did you do, I wonder, to get a pub named after you? Whatever it was, I'm glad you did it!
I ventured over to the Betsy Smith for a farewell roast for a friend from Oz who had popped by for a couple of weeks. On a Sunday afternoon, it was fairly empty and we had managed to reserve the entire raised section for our merry group. This also entailed having our own waiter...more