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Edinburgh Tavern, 125 Newington Green Road, Islington N1

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This pub is now called the Edinburgh Cellars (2008). **

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Edinburgh Tavern, Newington Green and Pyrland Road N1 - in 1911

Edinburgh Tavern, Newington Green and Pyrland Road N1 - in 1911

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Edinburgh Tavern, 125 Newington Green Road N1 - in July 2008 

Edinburgh Tavern, 125 Newington Green Road N1 - in July 2008

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Residents at this address.

April 1868/Thomas Nock Pemberton/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

January 1870/Thomas Pemberton/Outgoing Licensee/../../Islington Gazette

January 1870/F Whitbread/Incoming Licensee/../../Islington Gazette

1874/F. Berry Whitehair/../../../Middlesex Post Office Directory

1881/H W Barker/Licensed Victualler/44/Stoke Newington, Middlesex/Census
1881/Margaret Barker/Wife/42/St Georges East, Middlesex/Census
1881/Harry C Barker/Son/19/Newington, Middlesex/Census
1881/Florence M Barker/Daughter/17/Newington, Middlesex/Census
1881/Gertrude B Barker/Daughter/6/South Hornsey, Middlesex/Census
1881/Lily Barker/Daughter/4/Stoke Newington, Middlesex/Census
1881/Violet Barker/Daughter/4/Stoke Newington, Middlesex/Census
1881/Saml Harris/Barman/17/Islington, Middlesex/Census
1881/George W Mann/Barman/19/Hadleigh, Suffolk/Census
1881/Susannah Archer/General Servant/27/Newington, Middlesex/Census
1881/Kate Smith/Nurse/18/Finsbury, Middlesex/Census

1884/Henry W Barker/../../../Post Office Directory

1896/Mrs Sarah Elizabeth Spicer/../../../Kelly's Directory *

1899/Alfred Howes/../../../Post Office Directory

1910/George Thomas Layton/../../../Post Office Directory

1915/George Thomas Layton/../../../Post Office Directory

1921/George Thomas Layton/../../../Post Office Directory

1932/George Thomas Layton/../../../Kellys Directory **

1934/George Thomas Layton/../../../Kellys Directory

1938/Geo Thos Layton/../../../Post Office Directory

1944/Jas Dorrian/../../../Post Office Directory

Tuesday 25 October 2022 - Stonegate Media:
The Cellar Taps, 125 Newington Green Road, Islington, London N1 4RA

One of Newington Green’s most striking and historic pubs, The Cellar Taps, has reopened after a £296,000 investment, serving all the best of British pub hospitality, unbeatable TV sports and with an enviable range of craft ales on tap.
The iconic pub on Newington Green Road is an unmissable building with its huge picture windows and large street corner presence. It has a long-standing reputation as a popular community pub serving quality real ales and that is set to flourish.
Thanks to these latest works, customers can enjoy an even wider selection of craft beers and cocktails alongside new and impressive drinks and food menus featuring a great range of pizzas and burgers.
As well as the stunning picture windows, the pub is known for its sweeping curved bar, an eye-catching lantern, striking ceiling and historic tiling. These key features remain while the seating and décor around the bar and back bar area are enhanced and refreshed. With the latest sound and vision technology, Sky and BT Sports can be viewed throughout. As well as all of the biggest Premier League fixtures, The Cellar Taps will also be showing Spanish football in the shape of La Liga. All eyes will be on the El Clasico on Sunday 16th October, which will see Barcelona take on Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Delighted to be welcoming customers back after the short closure for the refurbishment, General Manager of The Cellar Taps, Jose Sanz Noguera said: “This is such an iconic and historic pub here in the heart of Newington Green. It has served its community for hundreds of years and will continue to do so thanks to these latest works. It is a really special pub with a significant presence. We look forward to its next chapter with premier TV sport, beers, food and top-quality service all on offer. We love it! Come in and see for yourself. This is the perfect pub all day, every day, whatever the occasion – for celebrations or a relaxing drink or meal with friends, family, neighbours, sports fans and colleagues.”
Records show it has been listed as a London public house since 1868. Over the years, the much-loved pub has had several names, most recently The Cellars and Edinburgh Cellars and that tradition continues in 2022 with The Cellar Taps. All signify this is a brilliant pub with its focus and specialism in top quality hand-pulled ales and an ever-changing craft beers menu. The bar will also serve a wide range of artisan spirits, cocktails, wines, low and no alcohol drinks, and soft drinks.

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** Provided By Stephen Harris

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