The Star, Chester Road, Archway

Location and opening hours

The Star
Address:
The Star, 47 Chester Road, Archway
London  N19 5DF
Telephone:
+44 (0) 20 7263 9067
Opening hours:
Sunday 12 noon–10.30 PM   Monday 11 AM–11 PM   Tuesday 11 AM–11 PM   Wednesday 11 AM–11 PM   Thursday 11 AM–11 PM   Friday 11 AM–11 PM   Saturday 11 AM–11 PM
Parking:
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Trains:
Tufnell Park NRN, Archway NRN

This pub has dj, disabled facilities, a food menu, function room, air conditioning, outside seating, serves real ale, sports events on the TV, late license.

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The Lord Palmerston is in Dartmouth Park Hill, about ⅓ mile from The Star. The Lord Palmerston is a pub that serves beers, wines and spirits. They serve a variety of dishes from around the world and cater for vegetarians.

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Local restaurants

Na Lek's Thai Cuisine is a Thai restaurant in Junction Road, about ⅓ mile from The Star

Monsoon Indian Cuisine is a mid-cost Indian restaurant at 24 York Rise, about ⅓ mile away. It provides takeaway and sells vegetarian dishes

Del Parc is a mid-cost Spanish restaurant in Junction Road, about ⅓ mile from The Star, and provides vegetarian dishes

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