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The Duke's Head, Highgate - pub details

Duke's Head
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Address: 16 Highgate High Street, London, N6 5JG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 22127) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Highgate (0.5 miles), Archway (0.7 miles)

Nearest train stations Upper Holloway (1 mile), Gospel Oak (1.1 miles), Crouch Hill (1.4 miles)

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The Duke's Head was my favourite pub of 11 I tried in North London yesterday. It's situated at the top of the hill in Highgate village and is an old coaching inn. Nowadays, it has a modern appearance with a good selection of real ales, real ciders and craft beers on keg. Ales on were Magic Rock High Wire, Electric Bear Werrrd!, Uley Bitter, Siren Yulu & Liquid Mistress, Stroud OPA & Five Points Railway Porter. Ciders were Seacider Marmalade & Kentish Pip Craftsman. Craft beers were from breweries such as Brew By Numbers, Siren, Lost & Grounded, Burning Sky, Bristol Beer Factory & Anspach & Hobday. The only surprise to me was that there weren't more people in. Possibly the best pub in Highgate.
blue_scrumpy - 22 May 2017 20:36
I was walking past and happened to notice it had obviously changed hands and had a refurb, so went in to take a look, and have a pint. The range of interesting cask and keg beers was very impressive - not a generic tasteless lager in sight. If this is a Euston Tap influence, it's a very welcome one. I had a delicious and very fresh-tasting pale ale - can't remember it's name. The decoration is restrained and tasteful, and the only slight irritation was some totally unnecessary and unwelcome music (why?). Anyway, I don't want to end on a negative - it felt like it has the potential to be a really great pub, and I will definitely be back!
Inhabitant - 21 Jun 2013 09:31
Just popped in as it looked like it had been refurbished - and it has! Today, it still smells of paint. New manager (she's ex-prince of wales) explained what's going on. Good range of beers and more to be added. Some local brews and lots of specialised. Both kegs and casks. Beers, stouts and lagers (and a couple of ciders). Very clean and modern inside - but sympathetic. I'll go back in a few weeks to see if and how the 'new' has worn off.
dking66 - 16 Jun 2013 21:41
with regard to the last comment i was the same until i plucked up courage!!!
Great little pub and excellent polish chap behind the bar who remembered my name and what i drank when i went back a week later.
Beer is good friendly ish locals for London and now my favourite pub in Highgate
jackbar - 10 Feb 2011 14:50
Always been too scared to go inside....
marksamujels - 17 Nov 2010 01:38

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