Our FREE February print issue is out now!

This month sees our unique six page celebration of the area’s pubs, plus all the usual food reviews, Q&As and columns in this month’s issue. Get it below for nada

Step into any of the many outlets listed below from today and once again you’ll be able to pick up our February issue – for absolutely nada. This time we’ve increased stock in most of the local newsagents, too, so you can pick up a copy with the paper.

What’s new this month? With weekly stories of pub closures across both the neighbourhood and the capital as a whole, we celebrate the local boozer in all its shapes and forms. We track down the publican who’s been running a West Kentish Town community hub for 43 years – and, at the opposite end of the spectrum, meet the three lads who’ve taken the helm of the Rose & Crown. And in between, over six pages, landlords and managers of many of the best-loved watering holes in four postcodes tell us their best (and worst) bits.

But if boozers aren’t your thing, don’t worry: there are all the usual sections, including a Q&A with a most interesting new ‘barlon’ on Kentish Town Road, a review of Camden’s hot new chippie, and early tips from the ‘High-heeled Gardener’ to make the most of your outside space.

Kentishtowner in print is now available FREE at key pubs, bars, shops and cafes in eight London postcodes: N1, N1C, NW1, N6, N7, NW5, N19, and NW3 (see map and list below).


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Cafes & Restaurants
Shoe Shop, Bear + Wolf, Dirty Burger, Ruby Violet, Pizza East, The Fields Beneath, Mario’s Cafe, The Wine Cellar, Cafe Rustique, Housepresso, Truffles Deli, E.Mono, Somewhere Over Knowhere
The Grafton, Fiddlers Elbow, Southampton Arms, Lord Southampton, Junction Tavern, Bull & Last, The Vine, The Pineapple, The Oxford, Lion & Unicorn, Abbey Tavern, Camden Brewery, Rose & Crown, Lord Palmerston
Shops, Libraries & Galleries
Shreeji Newsagents, Mehmet’s, We Make London (Malden Road), Soho Hip, Phoenicia, Jonathan Norris, Harry’s Fine Foods, Owl Bookshop, Flaxon Ptootch, Kentish Town Library, Queen’s Crescent Library, Queen’s Crescent Surgery, David’s Newsagent, Matt Townsend Antiques Emporium, Touch Tuina


Guanabana, Two Doors Down, Arancini Brothers, Doppio Cafe, Channel 22 Films, Casa Tua, Leyas, Coffee Jar, Cote Camden, DRAF, Tapping The Admiral, Lord Stanley, Colonel Fawcett, Roundhouse, Tower 47, Camden Lock Market, Ruby Dock, Karpo


Drink Shop Do, DASH coffee, The Fellow, Housmans Bookshop, Camley Street Park


Future and Found, The Star




Tufnell Park Tavern, Shillibeer’s, Pleasance Theatre, SKK Lighting, Vinyl Cafe at Tileyard


The Stag, Beetroot, Black Truffle, NW3 Bar & Kitchen, The Hill

Our sister title Gasholder will be back in print from later this month as a standalone title – in the meantime don’t forget we publish regularly online here

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