A locals' guide to NW1
"Boating lake, wildlife and picturesque views in Regent's Park..."Claire O'Donnell
"One of London's most vibrant areas, Camden is a melting pot of alternative shops, bars, restaurants and markets selling weird and wonderful things!"Claire O'Donnell
"With its vibrant atmosphere day and night, Camden is one of London's most popular destinations."Samuel Burke
Where do NW1 locals go?
One of the best venues for rock and metal bands and club nights opposite Camden Town Underground Station.
Submitted by Kevin
Delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner in French-style interiors. They do a fantastic set menu too, which is a real bargain.
Submitted by Douglas
The Jazz Café
The Jazz Café is the place to go to watch big musical stars be born! Eat and listen to fantastic artists all in one place.
Submitted by Claire
A little taste of Africa. Great ambience, incredible South African Zulu statues and if that doesn't win you over, the all day 2-4-1 cocktails will!
Submitted by Trish
Serving organic food and drink ideal for a quick brunch. Wholesome meals, delicious salads and a variety of smoothies that are nice too.
Submitted by Habiba
The Blues Kitchen
This American themed restaurant is fantastic! Not only is the food very tasty, but the atmosphere is electric - live music on a Friday and Saturday and distinctive tasting cocktails draw in a big crowd.
Submitted by Daisy
Camden Coffee Shop
Coffee beans from a lovely old man who roasts the beans himself and has done for decades. He will also grind them for you...
Submitted by Samuel
This pub has an amazing beer garden that is great during the summer months!
Submitted by Claire
If you're ever in a rush for some flowers for a loved one, just pop up to this drive-thru florist and there's no need to get out your car!
Submitted by Tom
Orange Juice Stall
A small stall based on Camden High street offering freshly squeezed orange juice, either bitter, sweet or sour. The sweet oranges are amazing!
Submitted by Habiba
An alternative fish and chip restaurant selling a tasty British classic with unusual culinary twists.
Submitted by Oliver
Why do you find NW1 a great place to live?
"Primrose Hill is an excellent place to work, relax and exercise especially if you work for yourself. Lovely neighbourhood"
"Nothing beats a nice long walk around Regent's Park"
"Central located, regent park"
"Both peace and busy are a 5 minute walk"
"I love living here because of the number of young people who come to this place, the coexistence of a lot of trends and together with the million pubs and markets"
"Centrally located, with Bloomsbury and Camden on each end, and with great connection across the whole of the capital."
"It's near to Regents Park"
"Camden Town never disappoints, it feels like there's always a new bar or restaurant to discover! Camden Market is second to none for exploration and finding unique, quirky items on craft stalls, and not forgetting the amazing food hall!!"
"Slap bang between the most exciting Camden Lock market... All types of people from the whole world visit , never, ever boring... AND 5 minutes the other way.. The most beautiful heathland.. Hampstead Heath. How lucky to live here."
"Nestled between the vibrancy of central London and the cultural explosion that is Camden with green spaces of Regent Park and unrivalled transport connections entertainment is never far away."
What do you like about NW1?
Did you know?
"The doorway used in the BBC programme Sherlock to depict 221b Baker Street is actually located in North Gower Street next door to an Italian family run sandwich bar called Speedys - they do a mean coffee!"
Child-friendly activities near NW1
NW1 is the postcode district in North West London incorporating the areas of Marylebone (part), Euston, Regent's Park, Camden Town, Somers Town, Primrose Hill (part), Gospel Oak (part) and Lisson Grove (part) and is covered by the Camden and Westminster local authorities.
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