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Handsome homes along elegant residential roads

"There's a peaceful spot along the New River, which winds unassumingly through the residential streets to Finsbury Park."

Daniel Burrell

"The Mackenzie Garden in Finsbury Park is a peaceful spot that I like to visit when I have the time."

Vikki Broad

"In the centre of Crouch End is its Clock Tower, erected in memorial to local councillor Henry Reader Williams."

Angela Clarke

What is your favourite place?

Where do Harringay locals go?

Beans and Barley

A recently opened coffee shop on Green Lanes. They do an amazing granola fruit yoghurt in a jar!

Bun and Bar

I love the amazing cocktails at this burger joint!

Gokyuzu

An absolute favourite for residents of The Ladder. This is the best of a large number of Turkish restaurants on Green Lanes. Portions are big and cheap. Even has a rave review in the Evening Standard! Check out their TripAdvisor ratings.

Ducketts Common

Green space next to Turnpike Lane Station that has amazing basketball courts (the best in North London!), a free outdoor gym and a children's play area.

Yasar Halim

The best place for cheap fruit and veg on Green Lanes.

Selale

One of the best Turkish Restaurants in North London. Always busy, especially on weekends when you have to reserve seats to avoid standing outside. Amazing customer service, great food and a reasonable price for the standard. You should try the lamb and chicken grill.

Salim's

North London's best curry house and probably north London's best kept secret. It's a small restaurant and takeaway on Turnpike Lane that prepares freshly made curries!

Harringay Local Store

A farmers' market in a shop that even sells vinyl!

The Banc

Amazing home-cooked burgers, steaks and more in a former Barclays bank building. Owned by two friends who have also bought the coffee shop across the road!

The Great Northern Railway Tavern

Weekly quiz nights, super beer garden and a stunning building.

The Three Compasses

Modern trendy décor, but underneath it's a classic pub. Friendly atmosphere, super food, and darts and pool at the back.

The Three Compasses

Modern trendy décor, but underneath it's a classic pub. Friendly atmosphere, super food, and darts and pool at the back.

The Queens

This pub has been standing in Crouch End since 1899, so it's a real local institution. The kitchen serves great gastropub food and a delicious Sunday roast that's always guaranteed to leave you full!

Melange

French and Italian cuisines done well. This restaurant's rustic interior creates the perfect atmosphere for a date night or a catch up with friends. The set menu is great value for money too.

BEAM

I really like going to this independent café at the weekend. They serve a great breakfast menu, including a breakfast burrito that is amazing!

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Why not explore the nearby areas of Hornsey, Wood Green, Crouch End, Finsbury Park, Tottenham, Stoke Newington, Archway, Muswell Hill, Bounds Green and Highbury

What do you love about Harringay?

Why do you find Harringay a great place to live?

Zenonas

"A very diverse area with great transport links - Oxford Circus in only 15 minutes on the Victoria line. The professionals moving in from Crouch End and Finsbury Park, along with the investment, will prompt even more change over the coming years."

November 2015

Macu

"Great shops, grocers, bakers, restaurants, cafes and bars with live music and a lively atmosphere."

January 2015

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"Seven Sisters Road was named after the seven daughters of Robert the Bruce, who planted seven elm trees along this route."

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  1. About Harringay

    Harringay is a residential area of North London, part of the London Borough of Haringey. It is centred on the section of Green Lanes running between the northern boundary of Finsbury Park up to the southern boundary of Duckett's Common, not far from Turnpike Lane. Whilst the main road feels definitely cosmopolitan, the population of the surrounding streets is somewhat more homogeneous. The streets to the west of Green Lanes are known as 'Harringay Park' or the 'Harringay Ladder' (due to their similarity to a ladder when seen on a map). The streets to the east behind Grand Parade are known as 'Harringay Gardens'.

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