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Jolly Sisters
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Address: 95 Bridge Street, Islington, London, N7 8AX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 45575) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Caledonian Road (0.3 miles), Caledonian Road and Barnsbury (0.3 miles), Highbury and Islington (0.4 miles)

Nearest train stations Caledonian Road & Barnsbury (0.2 miles), Highbury & Islington (0.4 miles), Drayton Park (0.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.8/10 (rated by 4 users)
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user reviews of the Jolly Sisters, Islington

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I feel privileged to have drunk a pint in this pub
Completely out of place in a council estate you’ll find this black and white old school boozer proudly standing out
I visited once on a Sunday afternoon and had a pint with the genuine old school Londoners and again after an Arsenal home match which was still an equally friendly evening
Please visit this pub and keep it alive,it deserves it
wooser - 20 Mar 2022 10:43
Cracking old pub,with cracking old school locals.
No real ale, but the Youngers did the job.
Decent people behind the ramp.
All in all a great little pub.Something we use to have an abundance of in London, now a rarity.
Does make you appreciate places like the Jolly Sisters when you do pop in though.
Will definitely be back.
tottenhamsean - 30 Mar 2017 10:49
I live in the area but only very recently found this rather discreet back street boozer not far from HMP Pentonville. I must say it was a pleasant surprise. There are enough Tudor beams to mean King Henry VIII himself would be proud to have a pint here. It's a small but cosy pub with a back room for darts, juke box, watching football or just pouring over the Racing Post. The regulars and the guv'nor were all friendly and chatty. A discussion ensued as to which was the best place on Caledonian Road (consensus seems to be 'Le Cafe Delight' at number 377) . My only grip is no real ale however they do have some sort of keg bitter called 'Younger' which was passable. I'll return soon no doubt.
Richard_ReadingFC - 10 Oct 2016 13:31

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