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Three Johns

(formerly Fallen Angel, Hobgoblin, Jay Cubed)

73 White Lion Street
N1 9PF

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MondayNoon - Midnight
TuesdayNoon - Midnight
WednesdayNoon - Midnight
ThursdayNoon - Midnight
FridayNoon - 1.00 am
SaturdayNoon - 1.00 am
SundayNoon - 10.30 pm


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About the Pub

No cask ale as of 20th Jan 2022, but it is expected back within a day or two. This was contradcited at the end of March 2022 - no cask beer. Staff said they don't do it now. Handpumps still there.

It became a Hobgoblin around 2008 but in 2012 changed name again to The Fallen Angel. Closed in the summer of 2013, re-opened as a craft beer pub operated by Barworks, in May 2014, reverting to its old name, Three Johns - who were three 18th century radicals. Three changing cask beers (Crate and Arbor being examples) plus lots of craft keg and a huge range of bottled beers. The pub now has a very impressive copper tiled ceiling, it's a vast space with two separate areas (the smaller back area is available for private hire and may often be used as such by after-work groups). Bare brick features, unmatched tables and chairs seem to ex-Church seats with the back slot for bibles, probably not now getting much use for their original purpose!), huge picture windows and wooden floor. Background music was quite loud at time of visit (circa 17.30). Pizza is served in the pub and can also be be taken away or delivered via Deliveroo.

Historic Interest

Local Listing:- Dual granite frontage, White Lion Street and Baron Street. Baron Street: Five pilasters, three stallrisers, clear glass window (two mullions, two transom) above top transom. Nine mullion and cut glass.

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  • Garden Garden

    Outside benches.

  • FunctionRoom Function Room
  • Smoking Smoking Area
  • WiFi Wifi

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Three Johns

73 White Lion Street
N1 9PF

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51.53286, -0.10916


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Three Johns

73 White Lion Street
N1 9PF

Pub Features

  • No Real Ale
  • Lunchtime Meals
  • Evening Meals
  • Garden
  • Function Room
  • Smoking Area
  • Wifi
  • Close to Bus Routes
  • Close to London Underground / Overground / DLR

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