58 Stamford Hill, London, London, N16 6XS
- Tel: 020 8806 6740
The Birdcage is a late licence pub, with a food menu and a function room upstairs that can be hired for parties. The upstairs room has a capacity of 60.
Services and products
- Late License
- Vegetarian Dishes
- TV for Sporting Events
- Real Ale
- Quiz Nights
- Function Room
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13/07/2010 by adamRB
Heading north from Shoreditch, past Dalston and Stoke Newington, the Birdcage is the last decent pub you'll pass before hitting the grim horrors of Tottenham and beyond. Being slightly out of the way it never gets uncomfortably crowded, though there's plenty of life in the evenings. The drinkers tend to be a slightly less smug Barley-esque crowd than you'll find a few minutes down the road in Dalston, and it's all the better for that. The music can occasionally be a bit overbearing depending on the DJ, and the drinks are fairly expensive given that it is, after all, Stamford Hill. The Birdcage is nevertheless the best pub in the area, and well worth a visit.Report this
27/08/2008 by DerekJemimahson
Coodle Doodle Doo! The Birdcage is a mega cool boozer on the wrong side of the Stoke Newington tracks. Just past the railway station, The Birdcage offers a lively, crowded, sexy time out. Loud and sumptious decoration will soothe you as you drink and be merry. Expect to see a lot of famous faces and this is sometimes inhabited by popstars such as Cast, Embrace and members of Coldplay. It's gay-friendly atmosphere also makes this place wilder than its competition. All in all, a brilliant local place to have a raccous night out. Go there now! It's well worth a visit.Report this
Diamond in the rough
23/06/2008 by calamitycaz
The Birdcage is a beautiful pub, more in keeping with trendy Stoke Newington than tired Stamford Hill. But it's not too posh - still maintains a friendy and local feel. It's gorgeously decked out in wood and stone, with a large bar in the centre. I especially recommend it for a lazy Sunday with the papers, followed by their Sunday Roast, which is a rare treat - tasty, well cooked and generous slices of meat, with delicious fresh vegetables and roasties.Report this
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