The World’s End

The World’s End

Traditional

0.5 miles
174 Camden High Street, Camden Town, London, NW1 0NE
The World’s End has been a North London landmark ever since it opened. Its rich past includes serving pints to author Charles Dickens and many famous city dwellers, and today it’s frequented by a buzzy mix of clientele. Camden’s trendy, eclectic vibe is reflected in this quirky, friendly pub. If you’re in the area, it’s a lively place to swing by for tipples and delicious food – there are two large bars, an attractive balcony, light and airy atrium and dining area, which provide plenty of space for punters to socialise. The menu is concise yet delicious, which keeps things easy for indecisive guests. Tuck into the likes of smoked pulled pork and slaw sandwich served in a brioche bun, or smoked chicken wings, and pair it with thick-cut chips served with a variety of toppings like Parmesan and truffle, and chilli beef. The bars serve vast amounts of ale, beer and Camden Pale Ale on tap, as well as delicious cocktails and all your favourite spirits. It’s safe to say that after a few hours spent working your way through the drinks list, you’ll leave with a spring in your step. Afterwards, why not head to the famed Underworld club situated beneath the pub and immerse yourself in some fantastic live music?
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Opening Hours:
Mon:11am-11pm
Tues:11am-11pm
Weds:11am-11pm
Thurs:11am-11pm
Fri:11am-1am
Sat:11am-1am
Sun:noon-10.30pm

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