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6 Places Along Islington’s Upper Street That You Should Probably Go To

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6 Places Along Islington’s Upper Street That You Should Probably Go To

Take a stroll along Upper Street and you’ll see a number of places that will make you go “Oh my God, I need to go there”.

That’s what we did, so we wrote this article.

1. The Vineyard

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A retro hotspot for tapas lovers, pizza lovers, burger lovers, burrito lovers, taco lovers, gin lovers, cocktail lovers, beer lovers, smoothie lovers, wine lovers. Even Scrabble lovers. So basically anyone. Get down there.

179 Upper Street, Islington, N1 1RG

2. King’s Head Theatre/Pub

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A Victorian pub known for its fantastic theatre, the King’s Head puts on some darn good shows. From raunchy shows about sex and porn, to hilarious improv shows and musicals (and improv musicals), there’s something for everyone in this wonderful indie theatre. (Including beer. Lots and lots of beer. It is a pub, after all).

115 Upper St, N1 1QN

3. The Library

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One of Islington’s most loved late night venues, The Library is not the quiet sanctuary you might expect. There’s Thai food, seasonal cocktails, jazz and blues nights, comedy nights, film screenings, and art exhibitions. We don’t imagine you’ll be spending a lot of time reading many books…

235 Upper Street, N1 1RU

4. Union Chapel

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Catch an upcoming concert at the stunning Union Chapel. They’re not short of fantastic acts, including Richard Hawley, Paul Weller, Doc Brown, Michael Kiwanuka, Natalie Imbruglia, etc etc etc.

Compton Terrace, N1 2UN

5. Isarn Thai

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Isarn has an extensive list of amazing seafood, meats, curries and stir-fries, all made with exciting ingredients and flavours.

119 Upper Street, N1 1QP

6. Everyman Screen on the Green

One of the country’s oldest cinemas, Screen on the Green only has a single screen. There’s a bar at the back and cinema-goers have the option to choose sofas and footrests, for the ultimate ‘lazy-night-in-but-actually-out’ experience.

83 Upper Street, Islington, N1 0NP


Also published on Medium.