SquareMeal Review of
The Hawley Arms
Squeeze on your skinniest jeans and lace up your brogues: the preened indie kids at this cooler-than-school watering hole follow a strict dress code. Resurrected after burning to the ground in
Camden’s 2008 fire, The Hawley Arms has shed its down-and-dirty interior and brushed up a bit – still retaining its unique sense of style, of course, with quirky musical artefacts scattered
throughout the place. There are beers and lagers aplenty, plus a fair choice of wines that sit happily below £25. The food is equally low-key: a bumper range of Pieminster pies, fish and chips,
Sunday roasts and moules-frites. Tune in for regular live music, and head for the roof terrace on sunny days.