HIGHGATE PUBLIC HOUSES ~
Highgate has a good selection of pleasant pubs for the visitor to relax in as well as some that have closed.
Highgate High Street and Highgate Hill were the main coachway routes from central London to the North in the nineteenth century. Highgate Village was the first Hill Stop and hence numerous coach houses sprang up for the travellers, etc.
These pubs are shown below and the pictures can be clicked on to show an elarged photograph.
The Angel Inn: 37, Highgate High Street
The Duke's Head: 16, Highgate High Street
The Flask: 77, Highgate West Hill
The Gate House: 1, North Road (this pub also has a page to itself in this Highgate section)
The Prince Of Wales: 53, Highgate High Street
The Red Lion & Sun: 25, North Road
The Rose & Crown: 86, Highgate High Street
The Whittington & Cat: 89, Highgate Hill
The Wrestlers: 98, North Road
The Bell & Horns: 31, North Road (now used as a petrol station)
The Bull: 13, North Hill (now closed)