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Corley's Tavern, Islington, N1

Pub added by elizabeth mcgraw
286 New North Road
N1
N1 8SU
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Alan Winfield left this review about Corley's Tavern

This pub used to be caled the Kenilworth Castle.
The Corleys Tavern is an estate type pub but on a main road.
Once inside i went in the room to the right this was fairly smart and had comfortable seating,the pub was quite busy with most customers drinking near the bar.
There were no real ales on the bar with the only bitter being John Smiths smooth crap so i had a Guinness.

On 6th February 2011 - rating: 6
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Steve C left this review about Corley's Tavern

This is a pleasant Irish pub that has a small public bar that houses two plasma screens for showing all things on Sky Sports, but these were both off during my Thursday evening visit so it was quiet with some very low music playing in the background from a random assortment of songs off the jukebox. There were a couple of locals propping up the bar and the very friendly woman behind the bar served me a decent pint of Guinness from the range of standard draught products. Access was gained to the larger ‘lounge’ bar by walking around the side of the pub and I found it to be very comfortable and well looked after. The music was a little louder, but still very low, and there were another two plasma screens, one of which was showing muted football on ESPN classic.

There is some outside seating in the form of picnic tables outside the ‘lounge’ bar and a small table is located outside the public bar that I imagine is for the use of smokers. There is some writing on the outside wall advertising pool and darts which I did not come across. Maybe there is another room that I did not see or the sign is out of date.

I would have no problem returning to this over 21s establishment as it is one of the better pubs of this type that I have visited on my travels.

On 15th September 2010 - rating: 8
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4th Feb 2013, 13:48
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  • Real Ale : No last updated 09 May 2014 by Dave McNally
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