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Nicholas Nickleby
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Address: 6 Ferme Park Road, London, N4 4ED [map] [gmap]

Nearest tube stations Manor House (0.8 miles), Finsbury Park (0.8 miles)

Nearest train stations Crouch Hill (0.3 miles), Harringay (0.4 miles), Harringay Green Lanes (0.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.8/10 (rated by 9 users)
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Triangle, Stroud Green (0.1 miles), Stapleton Tavern, Finsbury Park (0.3 miles), Old Dairy, Finsbury Park (0.3 miles), Hopsmiths, Crouch Hill (0.3 miles), Chapter One, Finsbury Park (0.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs

user reviews of the Nicholas Nickleby, Stroud Green

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It was like stepping back to the 1980�s going into this pub. I can�t say whether that is a good or bad thing, it was certainly great to see a place with a Bar Billiard table though. The bar staff were a little uncommunicative and I fairly unfriendly look for sitting near the dart board when someone came up to use it. It did have the feel of a working men�s club when I called in, this doesn�t necessarily have to be a bad thing though.
If you are not one for trendy or particularly plush pub or wanting a slightly nostalgic trip to a pre-Gastro Pub era den then this could be the place for you.

meltwaterfalls - 5 May 2009 20:08
This is a fantastic pub. Great decor, staff and atmosphere. And two dart boards. Def worth a visit
anonymous - 19 Dec 2007 17:24
Went there the other night and I swear I saw the drummer, John Brandham, from The Peoples Revolutionary Choir drinking with a guy from eastenders. That band are my latest favourite. Really powerful stuff. I expected him to be stuck up his own arse, being in such a great band, but he looked really friendly with his mates. Too friendly sometimes, but great pub anyway. Great band. Great.
meady - 16 Apr 2007 11:43
I can't really say that the pubs around Stroud Green are any good.

The Larrik's shite, the F Fullback crowded and the others tend to attract the wrong crowd. The choice is extremely limited and you have to make do with the best of a bad bunch.

Yes - it might have been an off night but kids running around after 10pm. Blokes in their 40's with teenage girls. Bright lights, loud music. This boozer was something out of Shameless set in East Germany in 1978. First impressions usually count and all I can add is that the pub shouldn't have to be run like a NACRO centre.

justice4punters - 19 Feb 2007 21:15
Glad to see the Nick rediscover a bit of its former character - I was worried for a while. Bar Billiards is back, the dart board was playing host to a lazy game of killer, draught Bass is an increasingly rare pleasure in London these days, all in all a no-nonsense, quiet back-street local. Just don't come with preconceptions or pretensions and you'll be fine.

beaucoup_fish - 12 Feb 2007 15:37

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