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O'Neills, North Finchley - pub details

Previously called: Fringilla and Firkin

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Address: 762-764 High Road, London, N12 9QH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5357) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Woodside Park (0.5 miles), West Finchley (0.7 miles)

Nearest train stations New Southgate (1.5 miles), Oakleigh Park (1.8 miles), New Barnet (2.5 miles)

Chain: O'Neills

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has the appearance of a small Wetherspoons but it has a better feel and better choice of ales and lagers on. A few LBC brews (their best bitter and 100 Oysters stout were nice) and Tyne Bank brews along with Stiegl lager. Not bad as drinking barns go but still far removed from being a cosy local. There is also a cellar bar area but it was closed off for a private party.
Snarling_Mallard - 31 Dec 2018 12:59
I was fortunate enough to miss the O'Neill's era fro what I read on here and first visited this place in its first incarnation as "The Bohemia" which was very good and sorely missed when it closed a couple of years back. Heard on the grapevine that it had re-opened under the same name but having had a major re-fit which included turning the cavernous unused area at the rear into a micro brewery and adding a bigger kitchen and focus on food. Finally got back here a few weeks ago, and am pleased to report it is now even better than it was before. Nice airy space with enough different types of seating to suit your mood and a pleasant buzz of background chatter. The beers whether brewed on site or guest ales are all very well kept and all of the various pints myself and my friends had (including but not limited to Beer Street and High Rise) were very good and reasonably priced. Extensive range of ciders, bottled beers and spirits are also available including an always welcome Rausch beer (you know the smokey tasting one that nobody ever remembers the full name of) - a personal favourite. Food was good if a little over-priced for portion size. All in all a very good pub. Well worthy of your hard earned beer money.
Mr.Monkfish - 17 May 2015 20:52
This was my favourite pub of the day and not what I had expected to find in North Finchley. It is owned by the London Brewing Company and they had 4 of their beers on - Vista, Pumpkin, High Rise & Beer Street. They also had a guest - Windsor & Eton Brew 882 Seattle Porter. There were also 4 ciders - Abrahalls Thundering Molly & Lily The Pink & Barbourne Crimson King & Golden Drop. The Odell Cutthroat Porter with chilli peppers in the pump looked very interesting. But sadly it had just gone off. The bottled beer selection was impressive. The pub itself is a fairly cavernous affair, in a warehouse style. Food served from the open kitchen at the rear appears to be popular. Very good pub.
blue_scrumpy - 1 Dec 2014 21:33
At last! A decent pub in North Finchley! Now called The Bohemia and a vast improvement on the O'Neill's that preceded it

Popped in tonight and was suitably impressed by the selection of ales on (10+ and many Halloween themed!) The menu looked decent too, though didn't try anything. Distinct lack of dodgy characters who frequent other North Finch pubs, though that could have something to do with the pricing, which is at the higher end of things.
CustardMonkey - 31 Oct 2012 22:28
used to be a gr8 spot ! now its gone down hill! was there last night the food took 50mins to be served , half of our order was missing and the rest was either badly burnt or cold!! when we complained to staff we got no response really just nodded and walked off! we asked could they put on bbc1 as liverpool were playing man city they said no. even wit no volume off they said they do not show sports ?wtf ? pub was clean but thats really all i can say on a plus side ! wont be bothered going back .
onthebrew - 12 Jan 2012 13:53

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