The first question we get asked by people walking through our doors is always “So, what are you?” Seems like an unusual question when walking into a pub, but that sums us up really. We’re a pub. But we’re a bit different. Honouring the history of the building as an ex-British Legion social club, and community, The Earl Haig Hall was reopened in 2013 to give the folk of Crouch End, and beyond something different from their local pub.
Located just off the hustle and bustle of Broadway Parade on sleepy Elder Avenue, we place a strong emphasis on real ale, boasting 6 hand pumps, two t-bars serving a wide range of local and national beers, as well as fine spirits and rotation wines. Our kitchen running seven days a week, offers a seasonal selection of freshly made buns, bites, dishes and our famous Sunday roast.
Every night at the Earl Haig Hall is different. They host some special music events across the years alongside local DJ heros, Harry’s Pub Quiz on Tuesdays, baby and toddler groups, yoga, tai chi, life drawing classes, live theatre and cabaret, there certainly is something for everyone. On Sundays, kick back with the family and let our chefs do all the hard work for you, with ‘Host Your Own Roast’. Enjoy the sounds of our afternoon pianist and keep the kids entertained with our vintage football table and selection of board games. Don’t forget to take a peek at our colourful and creative beer garden out back!
Previous guests include….Andy Smith (Portishead / Trojan Records), Bad Manners, Cam Cole, Howard Marks, Jack Hollywood, Jack Tyson Charles, King Salami & The Cumberland 3, Max Splodge (Splodgenessabounds), Mirror Signal, Son of Dave, TJ Johnson & His Band, Tim Hellzapoppin, The Drink…
Festivals from…London Blues Festival, The UP Festival, Oxjam Festival, The End Festival…
We have a large function room and a number of cosy corners perfect for all events, celebrations and party bookings. Please call us or ask a friendly member of the team for more details.
Some have said we are a setting to rival your homely vintage Christmas cards. Why not pop in and see for yourself?