Earl Haig Hall

18 Elder Avenue , London, N8 9TH

Earl Haig Hall pub venue Hornsey London
Earl Haig Hall pub venue Hornsey London

SquareMeal Review of Earl Haig Hall

Built in 1928, named after the WW1 Field Marshal, this red-brick former community centre looks like somewhere Captain Mainwaring & Co might indulge in a game of dominoes. Crouch End’s modern young Dad’s Army has higher expectations – met by the likes of London craft ales, fashionable Euro pilsners and strong West Country ciders on draught. Off-duty mums might prefer the Aperol Spritz, Campari Mojito and Chilean Sauvignon Blanc at around £15. The one-time British Legion club’s two halls nowadays host entertainments as diverse as live bands (folk, jazz-blues Americana), DJ sets, swing and jive dancing, vaudeville cabaret, and yoga. Hungry? Dive in to trad bar snacks, Sunday roasts, sharing platters, or scampi with caper mayo (among a selection of small plates, from £5). For filling up, there are burgers and fries, bangers and mash, or pan-fried sea bass with artichoke purée and sauce vierge, followed by sundaes, tarts and crumbles.

Earl Haig Hall Location

18 Elder Avenue , London N8 9TH

Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Hornsey Station 732m

Harringay Station 867m

Opening times

Mon-Fri 4pm-11pm (Fri -12M) Sat-Sun 12N-11pm (Sun -12M)

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