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Harlesden’s hinterland isn’t where you’d expect to bump into a Negroni. But this airy post industrial-style bar and canteen – pitched squarely at millennials – lists it on the cocktail menu, alongside Caipirinha, Mojito (£8) and Raspberry Reviver (gin, Lillet Blanc, Cointreau, absinthe and berries). The pick of the limited draught beers are Frontier lager and Fourpure Session IPA, while French Grenache Blanc and Merlot (£19) are house wines on a sub-£30 list that has seven by-the-glass options. Pizza is served from a hut on Common’s communal large covered canal-side terrace. Alternatively, dine indoors in makeshift partitioned booths. Simple mains might be sea bass fillet with a piquant sauce and braised lentils (£10); bavette steak, egg and chips; chicken and chorizo burger; and various superfood salads. Brunch is available from 9am until fashionably late (4pm). Further enticements include DJs (playing until late every Friday), open mic nights and themed supper clubs.
020 3845 6423
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