The Spaniards Inn is one of the world's most famous pubs. Its history dates back to 1585. The pub is located by Hampstead Heath and has a long literary tradition, with the Romantic poet John Keats (whose home, Keats House, is nearby) having written some of his key works here, and the pub being referenced both in Bram Stoker's Dracula and Charles Dickens' The Pickwick Papers.
A little diamond, smack bang in the middle of the rough that is Camden Town. Delicious food, real ales, live music, film events, and a truly global workforce make this pub essential territory for any bona fide Camdenite.