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Address: 65, Kentish Town Rd, London, NW1 8NY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2555) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Camden Town (0.3 miles), Kentish Town West (0.3 miles), Chalk Farm (0.6 miles)

Nearest train stations Camden Road (0.2 miles), Kentish Town West (0.3 miles), Kentish Town (0.5 miles)

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After years of steady decline due to mismanagement, the previous landlord has now returned and the improvement is immediate. Clientele has cleared up after the place attracted somewhat of a dodgy vibe and once again it attracts a very friendly and atmospheric bunch. Continental beer section back up to standard as well.

Great to see a pub which was once arguably the best in the area returning to what it was.
QueensParker - 24 May 2015 13:24
This was my work local and I drank here four nights a week for five years. Yes, the owners are old and a bit crazy and there is a family soap opera playing out behind the bar, but that’s part of the charm. Staff are lovely when you get to know them, and the crowd is different every night, which is perhaps what is so great about this place.

Fills up on a Friday and can stay open lateish. It’s away from the madness of Camden High Street, but still close to the action. I’m going to give this a slightly biased 10 out of 10.

irishdrinker79 - 17 Feb 2015 17:17
I was in here the other nite and heard the manager give out the most obnoxious abuse to a sweet old irish lady concerning the death of a friend. How this piece of twisted scum is allowed to carry on like this is beyond me.
mr.toes.5_ - 25 Oct 2014 15:51
If you want a laugh (and not to stay very long), try bringing a folded Brompton bike in... Despite not having seen us come in, the batty old woman owner claimed I'd bashed the oh-so-nice woodwork of the interior when putting my bike down. It wasn't even touching said wood and needless to say, we and the rest of our group, who'd been planning on staying all night promptly left after one pint. Seems like a great business model, having a virtually empty pub on a Friday night...!
Sportybutnice - 13 Oct 2013 22:29
Quinn's is just about the best pub in the Camden Town area. It manages that rare thing, being non pretentious and down to earth, attracting a good bunch of regulars but also offering the best of more upmarket pubs. Rather large interior which looks like a Dublin pub more than a London pub, although few of the punters are Irish.

The continental beer selection was once famous all over London but in recent years has become hit and miss. Their Belgian selections are still top notch but nowadays you will only find at most 7 Germans, albeit good ones, whereas 5 years ago it would be 20. A number of real ales on tap, although I have heard complaints about the quality. This is not a real ale pub in fairness.

The staff have a reputation for being rude at times and I have to say that I have seen this quite a few times. The Blonde son of the owners does not appreciate uninvited banter is all I will say. However they are a good bunch and make a genuine effort to get to know all of the regulars. One upshot of course is that they will not tolerate troublemakers and will simply refuse to serve these types which is something very rare in Camden.

Quinn's is open very late on occasion on weekends, although there does not seem to be a set time and seems as likely to close at 12:30am as 4am.


QueensParker - 6 Oct 2013 02:18

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