Sheephaven Bay, Camden - pub details
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|Despite being a haven for the unacceptable face of Scottish football, this is a wonderful boozer with character and well worth a visit. It bodes well compared to the nearby Camden competition these days. They serve ale (unusual for an Irish boozer) and the landlord is very friendly and welcoming. Give it a go. |
Richard_ReadingFC - 28 Jan 2013 14:34
Called past after having one or two around the corner and on the way to the next place - nice and busy, friendly atmosphere and polite, efficient staff.
It's a bit out my stomping ground but if I was in the area and fancied a pint I'd stop off for one.
brodie_bruce - 15 Jan 2012 19:58
|Great little pub. Nice location on a quiet street close to Mornington Crescent station. A Celtic supporters club and great for the Celtic games, the landlord tries to accomodate and has several tvs showing various games split across two sides of the bar. Decent range of drinks and the owner is a genuinely good bloke.|
retsina - 15 Jun 2011 22:26
|Great pub with a good range of beers and decent food. Staff are friendly and quick.|
Pat the landlord makes an real effort to get the customers in - all live sport is shown on several tvs, and they also have a quiz night, food specials, and host a number of functions.
As well as hosting the local Celtic supporters club, The Sheep is also popular with Arsenal ans Spurs supporters, and I think they also do after match food for a football and/or rugby team. As you will often get any combination of the above in at the same time, Saturday afternoons tend to be chaos. Even then, I've never seen any trouble in here.
Looking at the improved posts since the days of the Mornington Arms, as well as seeing the complete decline of the Oxford (useless bar staff, drunken idiots, horrible atmosphere) goes to show what a decent publican can do for a pub.
dingdangdo - 27 Feb 2011 12:29
|Great little local pub, friendly landlord, good ciders, wonderful choice of football on TV. Wonderful place to go home to whenever I'm back from Australia!!|
PollyWitch - 12 Nov 2010 23:54
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