Built in 1585 by two Spanish brothers, our iconic Grade II listed London pub served as inspiration to the great Charles Dickens and John Keats.
Close to Hampstead Village and Parliament Hill, you may still bump into a modern-day celebrity or two, enjoying a pint in our beautiful garden. You might even spot Dick Turpin roaming our hallways – we're one of the most haunted pubs in London.
Join us for a lazy brunch after a morning spent exploring Kenwood House or a dip in the swimming ponds on the heath. Our sumptuous Sunday roast is infamous and our exceptional range of cask ales, craft beers, fine wines and artisan spirits pair beautifully with our stunning food menu.