The Hawley Arms
2 Castlehaven Rd, London, London, NW1 8QU
- Tel: 020 7428 5979
The Hawley Arms is a pub that serves a variety of beers, wines and spirits as well as selection of traditional pub dishes and snacks.
Services and products
- Wireless Internet Access
- Vegetarian Dishes
- TV for Sporting Events
- Real Ale
Provided by The Local Data Company
24/05/2009 by Damesss
To 'vixbix'... are you serious? I mean wtf?????? 'Im a good old fan of the Hawley like alot of young ambitious people waiting for a big break' If someone's 'ambitious', what the hell are they doing in a low-life rip-off pile of rubble like London, let alone *camden*!!!!! It's a self-perpetuating/regulating bubble inhabited by transients, gakked-up media goons, the infirm, goths and Antipodeans for a start. Of course you can prove me wrong: how bout naming me one long-term success story this vermin-mound has spawned? Perhaps a karoke joke band like Madness? Quite astonishing in yr naivity though. Bless, you've made me feel a bit warm inside.Report this
Can't help thinking it's not the same.
16/12/2008 by damo1977
I'd not been in here before, as I only really discovered Camden after the fire which caused the pub to close. It's now reopened, so we thought we'd pop in to see what it's like. We went in and ordered our drinks, then were lucky enough to spot a table. The ground floor is quite small and cramped. As soon as we sat down a member of staff came over and asked it we were eating. We weren't, so we were told we couldn't stay on the ground floor. We went up the stairs where there was another bar. This was even smaller then the lower bar, but had no-one in it. We went out onto a little terrace overlooking the street and the railway line. This wasn't too bad as you had a good view of the crowds in Camden High Street, complete with a street entertainer playing music using his bike. It's a pub you feel you need to go to if you love Camden, but I think it probably was a lot different to this before the fire.Report this
05/11/2008 by curlyfries
This used to be my absolute favourite pub when I lived down the road a few years ago: half empty at weekends with friendly staff, battered sofas and a totally chilled atmosphere. I wouldn't go in if you paid me now. If you like spotting your 'friends' from MySpace, don't mind fully emptying your pockets for some hula hoops in a mug (really) and dream of discovering Noel Fielding in one of the Ladies' toilets then The Hawley is truly for you. If you're not into queuing for half an hour to get into a packed room of pretentious teen idiots lit by fairy lights and craning their necks to see who else is in there then avoid this place like the plague. Sorry lovely crew at The Hawley, I'm just a bitter ex-lover and I hope you're being put back together the way you once were...Report this
Is she actually wearing a mango on her head?
15/02/2008 by VixBix
Im a good old fan of the Hawley like alot of young ambitious people waiting for a big break and this is the kind of place that draws in that kinda crowd,although I miss the old Hawley Arms before it got alot of press coverage involving the likes of Amy Winehouse and trendy bans of the moment being spoted in there. only for the simple reason being you get under age fans and giggly girls hopeing to spot the likes of Noel Fielding or Russel Brand which of course only goes and cheapens the experiance. As Im sure some of you are aware the pub is closed for the time being due to a fire in the area which caused alot of damage and the pub being part of what got affected which is why its closed but gladly enough to say it will reopen in 6 months time. great food,music and the staff are swell! Love that they serve chips in a pint glass,simple and brings a smile.Good beers on tap also. Lovely terrace with heaters where peole hang out all year round and also a nice little garden on the ground floor..wether this will be the same on its return we can only but wonder. Over all good feel to it and an enjoyable experiance..although if arriving later expect to que for a bit outside which is no good but always forgotten once your inside.Report this
12/01/2008 by Buraco
what can i say? i was dead against going in there, largely on the basis that amy winehouse is known to frequent the place, but also there was a queue to get in. i hate queueing. but uncle soks and uncle obi insisted, and waddaya know? it turned out to be alright. i mean alright as in pretty good actually. very good music, lively atmosphere, busy but not ridiculously crowded and plenty of trendy people dressed like idiots to look at. just a fun place to be on a saturday night. easy walk from our gaff and the bar manager even gave me a friendly 'cheerio' on our way out. very old timey. i'll be going back if i ever get to london again.Report this
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