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Three Crowns

175 Stoke Newington High Street
Stoke Newington
LONDON
N16 0LH

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Opening Times

Monday4.00 pm - 11.00 pm
Tuesday4.00 pm - 11.00 pm
Wednesday4.00 pm - 11.00 pm
Thursday4.00 pm - Midnight
Friday4.00 pm - 2.00 am
SaturdayMidday - 2.00 am
SundayMidday - 11.00 pm

Meal Times

7 (6 Thu & Fri) - 10
12 - 4, 6 - 10 Sat
12 - 11 Sun

Owner

Cornwall Project

About the Pub

Following a long closure re-opened with real ale but on as recent visit a customer reported "none of the 4 hand pumps was active. They only had keg beer on". This has been confirmed by a subsequent visit in May 2018.

Retaining much of the original interior (less a few walls), this vast corner pub had returned to its established long term name (which commemorated the visit of King James 1, passing by in 1603 to be crowned King of Scotland, England and Ireland). The corner section fronting onto High Road has fairly conventional wooden tables and chairs for dining or reading at. The Church Street section has a much more vibe bar feel to it with low lighting a bizarre selection of mirrors from the 1700's to the'70's, lending a surreal feel to the low-lit maroon decor. Large scrubbed pine tables jostle with Chesterfields and church chairs for attention with a throbbing incessant ambient soundtrack that on a bad day has you reaching for the paracetamol in seconds.

Good to see the original external metalwork retained and the exterior looking its most normal, if a little dour, for many a year. Like its nearby contemporary the Rochester Castle, the Crowns also features a large vaulted skylight. The bar counter sports a range of dimly lit low hanging lamps. Food is served - for full detail check their website. The Waiting Room underneath stays open much longer and features various live events, again see website.

Historic Interest

1900 pub three storeys high with a pitched roof. Cornice with decorative frieze. Top floor has rectangular windows, middle floor has roman arched windows with a 'Moorish' motif. Domed corner half-tower. String courses separating floors. Tiled ground floor with large windows. The Architects were Messrs Lawcock & Callcott 88 Bishopsgate E.C. The Builders were Green & Smith S. Tottenham.

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Facilities

  • DisabledAccess Disabled Access
  • LunchtimeMeals Lunchtime Meals
  • EveningMeals Evening Meals
  • FunctionRoom Function Room
  • LiveMusic Live Music
  • Restaurant Restaurant Area
  • SportsTV Sports TV

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Three Crowns

175 Stoke Newington High Street
Stoke Newington
LONDON
N16 0LH

Sat Nav Reference

51.562085, -0.073851

Transport

  • <Bus Close to Bus Routes
  • <Underground Close to London Underground / Overground / DLR

Nearby Bus Routes (100m)

Closest Station (1800m)

Hackney Downs

Nearby London Underground/Overground/DLR (350m)

Stoke Newington

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