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The Nobody Inn, Newington Green - pub details

Nobody Inn
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Address: 92, Mildmay Park, Newington Green, London, N1 4PR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6495) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Dalston Kingsland (0.4 miles), Canonbury (0.4 miles), Highbury and Islington (1 mile)

Nearest train stations Canonbury (0.4 miles), Dalston Kingsland (0.4 miles), Essex Road (0.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.9/10 (rated by 39 users)
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I lived in Islington back in day...used to pop to The Nobody of an evening; and there was nobody in !!!!!!!!!
DanielNortonSmith - 3 Jan 2016 17:47
This pub has been revamped and renamed it's now called the dissenting assembly which is named after the nearby unitarian church ,stupid name for a pub if you ask me. They sell Dark Star Hophead and King's Lanes ale .
mr.toes.5_ - 30 Sep 2012 01:59
Clarence_Beeks has it sussed. It wasn't exactly charismatic before, but it's even blander now. Looks like someone with no idea of the pub trade has had an input here.

Ales are decent, but if I want ales in a dull lifeless room, I'd go to Wetherspoons.
Planner_21 - 24 Apr 2012 13:56
This pub has been revamped as "The Clarendon", which is perhaps a reversion to its original name ("The Clarendon Arms"?), I'm not sure. I've been in a couple of times recently and found it quite pleasant (I say pleasant because it was on the quiet side and I don't like heaving, noisy pubs).

They have a decent selection of ales and ciders on hand-pump (mainly Dark Star beers and Weston's ciders, but with a guest ale - Alton's Pride on the most recent occasion). My beer (Dark Star Hophead on both visits) was very good. Prices a little on the expensive side (�3.50 per pint) but typical for the area. Service very friendly. They also do Thai food, but haven't tried that.
beermann - 11 Feb 2012 11:35
can someone tell me what has happened to the nobody inn!!!? where have all the tvs gone? the girls behind the bar? the stools by the bar? who's the new owner a thai person!!? and the name sucks it should now be called the nobody cause there really isn't anyone in there!!
a shame its had its pub qualities taken out. wont be going back unless i want a lifeless night hahah... rating -3
trigger11 - 28 Jan 2012 17:55

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