Call us slow on the uptake. Call us out of the loop. Call us what you will, because we just discovered that there is a kosher pub in London. Yay!

The Castle, steeped in musical tradition, was taken over by Denis Cook.

The bar has been extended and the pub has two areas – a dining area “Tira” Restaurant which has a Kosher licence.
(Please note NO FOOD OR DRINK CAN BE BROUGHT INTO THE VENUE) Opening times are 6pm to 10pm Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday – and 12:30pm to 10pm on Sundays with Kosher Sunday Roast! (Booking recommended) Fresh ground expresso coffee, Castle Cocktails, a wide selection of beers, including real ales, superb wine list, spirits etc……The Music Room – top NCA pa sound system with cool Allen & Heath Mixer Deck…. LED lighting system, large stage, extensive music memoribillia. We have a large dance area where on Tuesdays we hold Brazilian Dance Forro Night (lessons from 7:30pm then dance!) Wednesdays YOU CAN LEARN TO SALSA! Lessons and Club every Wednesday with Latin Links ( £6 Lessons and Club £3 Club only. Saturday mornings ZUMBA from 11am £5 just turn up and enjoy!

The Venue is available for exclusive hire (250) or part hire for your party. We have three areas: our Music Room (capacity 150+), our VIP area (10-20) and our Diner (30 -80)
Large South Facing Patio – perfect for our smokers! Including Shisha. We have exotic Olive and Palm Trees and seating for over 70 people overlooking the exotic Finchley Road!!
On certain nights we have cloakroom facilities when tickets will be issued for a charge. At all other times we cannot be held responsible for customers property in or outside the venue. Cars parked outside the venue are parked at their own risk.
Position: corner of Finchley Road, Hermitage Lane and Cricklewood Lane.
Parking: Plenty of off street parking.
Tube: Golders Green (Northern Line)
Train: Cricklewood
Bus: 13, 82, 245, 260, 328 and N13

Posted on May 24, 2012 at 12:04 am by Rabbi Jeffrey Rappoport · Permalink
In: General Topics, Kosher News, Kosher Restaurants, Uncategorized

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