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London Pubs and Bars - The Star, Highgate N19 5DF - Detail

 
 
 

47 Chester Road
Dartmouth Park


Highgate
London
N19 5DF

 
 
 
Monday: 5pm - 11.30pm
Tuesday: 5pm - 11.30pm
Wednesday: 5pm - 11.30pm
Thursday: 5pm - 11.30pm
Friday: 4pm - 1am
Saturday: 12noon - 1am
Sunday: 12noon - 11.30pm
 
 
 
Venue Style : Gastro pub
Venue Capacity : 300
Nearest Rail : Gospel Oak
Nearest Tube : Tufnell Park / Archway
Local Buses : C11
Description : We are an independent pub with a passion for good food, good music and of course good drinks. We are located about 8 minutes from tufnell park tube, up dartmouth park hill towards highgate and off to the left. we are open weekdays from 5pm and weekends from noon, friday and saturday we open late.



Exert from a review by katheryn rice:



The atmosphere



A quiet but good quality jukebox plays The Clash, Bob Dylan, rythm and blues, ska and rocksteady in the background to the comfortable locals. Some drinkers settle down for a long, lazy evening over a few bottles of wine and some food, others include young and trendy arty types meeting for a few beers. Ages range from early twenties to late forties and the vibe is definitely chilled out.



If you make it to the Star on a Thursday, you will also see a steady stream of musicians with guitars on their backs making their way upstairs to take part in the acoustic showcase. Expect to spend the evening listening to some superb singer/songwriters in a caring sharing atmosphere.



 
 
 

Bullet points that could describe what we do and who we are:-
Toad in the hole, staropramen, the kinks, chapel down, pork pie and piccalilli, polish pure, old rosie, sam and ben, leffe, pork belly, apple jack, gang of four, brunch, timothy taylor, colston basset, Tufnell park, quiz, bloody mary, devilled kidneys, Ronnie ram, sourdough, roof terrace, dog bowl, 5 plays a £1, tom waits, Hendricks, upstairs bar, roast beef and Yorkshire pudding, fred, thick custard, Guinness, home made ice ceam, nyetimber, bread and soup, hampstead heath, earl grey, acoustic sessions, fish pie, absinthe, crumble, bulleit, dominoes, dandelion and burdock, karl marx, noilly pratt, open mic, back yard, seabass, Monmouth coffee, rarebit, tinterweb, barbecue, scotch eggs, fruit beer, film night, bubble and squeak, prince buster, log fires, pigs in blankets, raspberry lemonade, archway, banoffee pie, parties and shindigs, elglish rose, scratching, between Dartmouth park hill and swains lane

 
Webpage last updated on Wednesday, 15th February 2012