Dear Junction Tavern Customers
We will be reopening the pub on the 4th July and are very much excited to welcome you all. We are all looking forward to welcoming you , and we will be ensuring we have taken every necessary measure that we proceed with caution and strictly follow government guidelines pertaining to social distancing and hygiene levels.
In addition to offering an extensive menu we will also be allowing the customers the opportunity to order for takeaway, and we would highly recommend bookings are made in advance to assist with social distancing and avoid disappointment. All booking enquiries can be sent by email to email@example.com or speak to a member of our team.
To comply with social distancing rules and to make all out patrons comfortable we will continue to offer full table service as well as the opportunity to order from the table or click n collect through Hopt, and if you are unsure of how to find this app then again please ask a member of staff.
As always we will be taking the hygiene of the pub very seriously and surfaces and collection points will be cleaned at regular intervals and between customer use. Hand sanitiser stations will be available and we will be providing single use and disposable menus. All staff will be temperature checked before their shift and wear masks when necessary.
To minimise the risk of contamination we will not be accept cash and will operate as a card only pub and tabs will not be possible unless you are located in the restaurant.
Very much look forward to welcoming you back.
The Junction Tavern
To Help Out
We are participating in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
See inside the pub for more details on the specific Ts and Cs or speak to a member of staff.
Download the government leaflet.
The 4th July 2020
The Junction Tavern is an imposing Victorian building in the heart of North London. Dating back to 1885, the main bar and dining room reflects its late Victorian heyday, but with all the modern comfort and facilities of a great British pub. Plum in the middle of Kentish Town and Tufnell Park, its 18th century frontage veils a TARDIS-like interior of dark-panelled rooms, a bright and airy conservatory and an award-winning beer garden.
Menus change often to take advantage of the best seasonal and local ingredients and this passion for quality and attention to detail is not limited to the kitchen. The entire ambience of the Junction strives towards relaxed and comfort perfection.
Our Sunday Roast
The dining room is light and airy. The bar area is warm and friendly with a stunning bar top and original fireplace. The conservatory with its view of the lovely beer garden is available for parties, weddings and meetings.