The Four Sisters, Canonbury Lane, Canonbury

Location and opening hours

The Four Sisters
Address:
The Four Sisters, 25 Canonbury Lane, Canonbury
London  N1 2AS
Telephone:
+44 (0) 20 7226 0955
Opening hours:
Sunday 10 AM–10.30 PM   Monday 5 PM–midnight   Tuesday 5 PM–midnight   Wednesday 5 PM–midnight   Thursday 5 PM–midnight   Friday 4 PM–1 AM   Saturday 10 AM–1 AM
Parking:
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Minicabs:
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Buses:
4, 19, 30, 38, 43, 56, 73, 271, 341, 476, 812
Trains:
Highbury & Islington OVR VIC

More pubs nearby

Other pubs close to this one:

The Compton Arms is in Compton Avenue, less than ¼ mile from The Four Sisters

House Of Wolf is at 181 Upper Street, less than ¼ mile away. It provides wine bar

The Hope & Anchor is in Upper Street, less than ¼ mile from The Four Sisters, and provides food, karaoke nights and has sports events on the TV

The Vineyard is at 179 Upper Street, less than ¼ mile away. Smith & Jones Pubs offer a variety of themed nights, such as 2 for 1 curry nights, Free Party Fridays and Great British Pub Night. They also work in conjunction with Tesco, with points gained on a Clubcard available to exchange for vouchers to spend in Smith & Jones Pubs.

Public House is in Islington Park Street, less than ¼ mile from The Four Sisters, and provides food, cocktails

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Local restaurants

Canonbury Kitchen is an Italian restaurant in Canonbury Lane, less than ¼ mile from The Four Sisters

Ziloufs is a pricey restaurant at 269-270 Upper Street, less than ¼ mile away. It provides vegetarian dishes

Gem is a Turkish restaurant in Upper Street, less than ¼ mile from The Four Sisters

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