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Ryan's Bar
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Address: 181 Church Street, London, N16 0UL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4424) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube station Manor House (1 mile)

Nearest train stations Stoke Newington (0.6 miles), Rectory Road (0.7 miles), Stamford Hill (1 mile)

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user reviews of Ryan's Bar, Stoke Newington

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This is a great pub, a real find, the staff are fantastic, lovely atmosphere. I'll be back here
CecilDeMornay - 11 Mar 2014 16:14
Came in for Sunday lunch last week and we had a wonderful time. I had the beef and my partner had the lamb. Both were truly excellent . Sadly we had no room for dessert. We did manage a few London Pale Ales !!!
I would recomend it to anyone.
Buchannan - 27 Feb 2014 16:19
Dropped in today for a quick pint and meal before heading home after a long day at work. Ended up staying way longer than I expected. Nice vibes, cool tunes and friendly locals, helped one old man out with his crossword! Fun day. Will be coming back.
Banteratsy - 11 Sep 2012 17:45
A decent place. Huge beer garden out the back which is a big sell for sure. Can imagine it's rammed in the summer.

2 ales on tap (Deuchars and Blooming Ale). We tried the Deuchars which although tasted reasonable, looked dreadful. No head and slightly murky. Well past its best.

Barman seemed to be working hard but was a little strange with his drinks. I asked for one white wine and one white wine and soda. He started by pouring out 2 full measures of white wine into 2 wine glasses. I said, 'one was a white wine and soda'. He replied, 'yes 2 white wines, one with soda'. I said erm, not exactly. We exchanged a few strange looks with each other and in the end I just let him get on with it. He proceeded to add a small dash/top of soda to one of the the wines. 'That's not a white wine and soda' I said. He smiled and looked confused.

He seemed to know his way around a bar so I can't explain the drink he thinks he served me. Very odd. Friendly enough however.

We ate there with a mixture of thai and classic pub grub. Pretty good generally although the food (and drinks) weren't particularly cheap.

A few big screens in the bar and certainly a decent atmosphere (Grand National was on).

Not sure what I feel about this place. Would happily drop in for a pint or two but probably wouldn't stay all night. Not sure I'd go out of my way to call in either. However, the beer garden is a big draw.
Dylarolla - 17 Apr 2012 10:38
Me and my friends came in to watch the football and couldn't believe the great atmosphere this lively little pub creates. Brilliant bar staff who were fun and made us feel welcome unlike most bars in the Hackney area. We stayed for the live music that came on next and had a great time, would reccommend to anyone. We didn't try the food but it smelt incredible.
Dizrali - 9 Nov 2011 16:16

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