The White House, Green Lanes, Stoke Newington

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The White House
The White House, 201 Green Lanes, Stoke Newington
London  N16 9DJ
+44 (0) 20 7288 1074
Opening hours:
Sunday 3 PM–1 AM   Monday 3 PM–1 AM   Tuesday 3 PM–1 AM   Wednesday 3 PM–1 AM   Thursday 3 PM–1 AM   Friday 3 PM–1 AM   Saturday 3 PM–1 AM
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This pub offers a food menu, outside seating, serves real ale, sports events on the TV and sells vegetarian dishes.

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Other pubs close to this one:

Robinson Crusoe is in Green Lanes, less than ¼ mile from The White House, and provides wireless internet access, outside seating, a food menu with vegetarian options, sports events on the TV and serves real ale

The Brownswood is at 271 Green Lanes, about ⅓ mile away. It provides food, sports events on the TV, pool tables, quiz nights

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Local restaurants

The Olive Tree is a Greek restaurant in Blackstock Road, about ⅓ mile from The White House, and provides takeaway

Fat Sam's is an American restaurant at 227 Blackstock Road, about ⅓ mile away

Il Bacio Pizzeria is a mid-cost Italian restaurant in Blackstock Road, about ⅓ mile from The White House. Il Bacio is a popular restaurant with a lively atmosphere, serving delicious, authentic Italian food. The restaurant has a basement room available for hire.

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