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Address: 178, Stoke Newington High St, London, N16 7JL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2221) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Stoke Newington (0.3 miles), Rectory Road (0.3 miles), Clapton (0.8 miles)

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user reviews of the Coach and Horses, Stoke Newington

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absolutely the worst bar staff i have ever come across in my entire life , #absoloutley #disgusting
wrp - 9 Nov 2015 05:48
Been here twice this week to watch football and must agree with recent comments about what a fine pub this place is.

Passes the litmus test of three ales on tap and coat hooks under the bar. Good selection of premium lager: Staropramen and Kozel both go down very well. The Peroni tastes like it should, which is becoming a bit of a rarity in London boozers these days where the trend seems to be to water it down.

Always a warm, bubbly atmosphere and it seems to be an oasis of sense from the skinny-jeaned foppery in the surrounding area.

Appreciate Dylarolla's comment about TV sport. On Sunday there were plenty in to watch the ManYoo v Chelski match and they pulled out the projector screen. Last night only a couple watching ManYoo v Sunderland and they left it on the smaller flat screen and had music playing, which didn't affect the atmosphere or the football.

Bar staff friendly, and smiled when they served you. I wish I could call this place my local.
lancalot - 23 Jan 2014 22:45
Have been popping in here for a couple of day time pints reasonably regularly of late. The ale selection is Doom Bar, Tribute, IPA I think but I like of bit of Tribute so I'm happy enough. Friendly place, nice atmosphere, food seems to go down well amongst those eating, and you get a real slice of stoke newington life sat on the benches outside on a sunny day.
Paulie_Tandoori - 9 Jun 2013 22:10
The best pub in Stokey by a country mile. Having recently moved to N16 I've been to virtually all the pubs in the area and this one stands right out. Everything your pub should be. Cosy, friendly, nicely laid out, good decor (mix of exposed brickwork and theatre/art furnishings), good lighting, good music, interesting and friendly patronage, good food and above all, good beer. 3 ales available last night, both the Tribute and Hophead I tried were delicious.

The food is good although not outstanding. But what sets this place apart is the whole package. Personally I could do without the TV showing sport but at least the sound was off. The music they piped in was excellent and the live brass band that came on later were brilliant.

This is what everyone's local should be like. Will come back here again and again.
Dylarolla - 17 Feb 2012 17:17
This is my new Thursday night local. I've never had a bad night or an unmemorable one here. Great live music, great atmosphere and good service. It's the best pub night out in Stokie.
fancyatipple - 19 Nov 2011 22:59

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