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We're delighted to welcome you back to the bar again.

Opening times

Monday - Friday 12-11pm

Kitchen 12-9pm

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Menu

Gordal olives 2.5
Almonds 2.5
Padron peppers 4.5
Croquettes 5.5
Beetroot hummus 6.5
Patatas bravas 4.5
Roast courgettes - Sicilian style 5.5
Lettuce salad 4

Flatbreads

Rosemary and garlic 3.5
Peppers, tomatoes, marjoram 7.5
Spiced aubergine, tahini 8
Courgettes, herbs, goat cheese 7.5
Tomatoes and burrata 8.5
Spiced lamb and feta 8.5
Chorizo and peas 8
Beetroot greens, anchovies, pine nuts 8

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Dame Alice Owen

(1547 - 1613)

Dame Alice Owen was born 1547 the daughter of an Islington innkeeper. Married three times, first to a Master Brewer, then a Mercer and lastly a Judge, She survived them all and as a rich widow was in the position to help her the most in need of Islington. She established ten almshouses for poor widows and a free school which is still going strong to this day. Alice died in 1613 leaving the Brewers Company as the trustees of her charitable institutions.