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Requested be closed with reason - Other: Passed last night and noted as closed with the building clad in scaffold to no apparent end.

The Pack & Carriage, NW1

162 Eversholt Street
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Graham Coombs left this review about The Pack & Carriage

No sign of life and a scruffy, faded, handwritten notice said that a band gig was off due to the "venue being closed". Unclear if this is temporary or permanent.

On 13th June 2018 - no rating submitted
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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about The Pack & Carriage

Single-bar establishment, with an Antic-style approach to furniture selection. The decor is also erratic, but there are some interesting maps on the walls. Additional canteen-style tables out on the pavement. Two real ales on handpump: a 'house' (Marston's) Pale Ale and a decent Burning Sky Porter (£4.30) as a guest. Also has a range of keg, bottle and can craft beers, with 25% off takeaways.

On 18th February 2018 - rating: 6
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Tris C left this review about The Pack & Carriage

A first in what was originally the Seymour Arms and it's good to see that they've retained their old Taylor Walker cannon sign frame to the outside of a pub that sits along the none too inviting Eversholt Street, just to the east of Euston station.
As mentioned, this is one fairly long room, scruffy and cheaply furnished with a wood floor and bar running along most of the right side and appears to be of a certain vintage. At centre are several long tables running parallel to the room with bench seating; there are a few more fairly conventional tables and chairs. There are lights and a sound system which are a nod to this pub's live music credentials - this is a bit of a dive bar with customers who seemed mainly to be studenty types which would be no surprise, given that this is pretty much the epicentre of London's student life; they were in high spirits and seemed to be having fun, so did the barmaid who was very friendly. More fun can be had from the table football though there's little enjoyment to be had in the lavs which are very scummy.
Ales: a large selection of craft keg along with Burning Sky's Porter and Pack & Carriage Pale Ale at just £1.80 a half and in good nick.
I don't envisage a return visit but I wish it well.

On 10th February 2018 - rating: 5
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5th Aug 2018, 18:03
Request to mark pub as closed by Tris C approved
5th Aug 2018, 17:51
Request to mark pub as closed submitted by Tris C, with included notes: Other: Passed last night and noted as closed with the building clad in scaffold to no apparent end.
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