A locals' guide to Whitehall Park
"Peeking out from behind the trees in Waterlow Park is an impressive view of London."Mike Tracy
"Highgate High Street has an amazing selection of upmarket shops, cafes and restaurants - I love being in the centre of them all!"Mike Tracy
"Highgate's elegant properties complement its charming high street and leafy surroundings."Samuel Burke
Where do Whitehall Park locals go?
Beautiful little Italian with fantastic food and wine, a welcoming atmosphere and very reasonable prices.
Submitted by Henry
An independent hairdressers with the loveliest staff. I always feel welcome and they do a fantastic job!
Submitted by Vikki
One of the best pubs in Crouch End located on Crouch End Hill, with friendly staff, good food and an amazing beer garden.
Submitted by Octavian
From sushi, to curries, to noodle dishes, there's plenty to choose from on this restaurant's menu. The décor is cool too, both inside and out.
Submitted by Daniel
The King's Head
This pub is great for their food and range of beers and ales. They even hold comedy nights and live music sessions here.
Submitted by Angela
From cakes for special occasions to sandwiches at lunchtime, this local bakery has been serving Crouch End for years and they're certainly my first port of call for baked treats!
Submitted by Harriet
This ice cream café sells amazing ice cream! There's always a queue right down the road - I can't get enough!
Submitted by Tallulah
Crouch End Broadway
With so much to do and see in Crouch End, there's no wonder why it's such a popular place to live....
Submitted by Imogen
If you ever find yourself very hungry, head on down to Banner's because the portions are huge! It's definitely very good value for money and the menu is so extensive, there's something for everyone.
Submitted by Vikki
O's Thai Café
Authentic Thai food at great prices, this restaurant is perfect for a quick dinner or a take away lunch.
Submitted by Charlotte
A delightful café that's very child friendly. They have a children's play area and gluten-free treats too!
Submitted by Claire
Ginger & Mint
This healthy café and juice bar is the place to go if you're looking for a guilt-free treat. The juices are delicious and a real pick-me-up if you're having a long day at work.
Submitted by Venice
I often visit this butchers if I'm having guests over for dinner. The quality of their meat is excellent and they're clearly very knowledgeable about what they do.
Submitted by Kate
This is an awesome steak restaurant. I go here frequently with my friends and family, I really can't recommend it enough!
Submitted by Adam
Why do you find Whitehall Park a great place to live?
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Did you know?
"The statue of Victorian philanthropist Sir Sydney Hedley Waterlow who donated the land for Waterlow Park in Highgate is the only statue in London with an umbrella!"
Explore Whitehall Park
Child-friendly activities near Whitehall Park
Caxton House (under-fives drop-in and toy library)Caxton House
The Under 5s groups were set up for local parents/carers and their children. They offer a safe, stimulating place for children to socialise, integrate and make new friends in a purpose built environment especially for under fives. Website
Baby Boost Under 1's drop inHNCC Family Centre
A friendly drop in with advice on hand regarding most baby issues including breast feeding. Website
Baby & Me Yoga with Lynn MurphyActive Birth Centre
You will be amazed by the magic that takes place during these baby massage classes and how much babies love it. The art of baby massage will help you communicate with your baby through loving touch, and your touch will enhance your baby's health and well being, help to relieve issues such as colic, and encourage deeper sleep. £15 per class, £65 for a 5 week block Website
Archway Children's Centre Stay and Play SessionsArchway Children's Centre
Fun, social and educational playgroups for parents and carers with children age 0-5 years. Loads of fun activities, stories, music, snack time and circle time Website
After School ClubCeramic Circle
A fun stimulating and safe environment for your children to design, create and paint their very own masterpieces. This involves traditional hand building techniques with clay and finally painting and decorating their own unique piece. Website
Drop in ceramic paintingCeramic Circle
Paint or make a ceramic of your choice, we will show you simple techniques to create lasting and beautiful pieces. Perfect for gifts or as personal treasures. Leave your painted item with us and we will glaze and fire it, ready for you to collect within 10 days. studio fee is £5 per painter + the cost of the ceramic. Ceramics range from £4 upwards. Website
Diddi Dance -Jacksons Lane TheatreJacksons Lane Theatre
Using various dancing games and exercises, bells, hoops and dance ribbons to our own funky pop songs your little one not only improves their rhythm and co-ordination but also social and gross motor skills. We also look at different dance styles every half term from salsa and hip hop to country and disco. Website
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Local Estate Agencies
Why not explore some other local areas:
- Dartmouth Park
- Crouch End
- Tufnell Park
- Finsbury Park
- Muswell Hill
- Kentish Town
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