Fancy a pint of London Underground beer in a London Underground pub to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the London Underground?

For a few days next month you will be able to.

Part of the London Design Festival, a “pop-up” bar will be created in the former post office sorting building on New Oxford Street.


The bar will be decorated by a company I recently mentioned who have recreated replica tube station tiles. Furniture will be produced and supplied by British brand Modus and upholstered in a selection of new woven textile designs inspired by moquette seating patterns.

The beverages are being provided by the Camden Town Brewery, who will install a micro-brewery on site and have already produced a range of Metropolitan Line branded bottled beers.

I just hope they splash out and serve the pints in these. even if they have to do a bag search of every person leaving the pub to stop thefts.

The Camden Town Bar will be open from Thur 19th Sept to Sun 22nd Sept.

  • Thurs 10am-8pm
  • Fri 10am-7pm
  • Sat. 10am-6pm
  • Sun 10am-4pm

…there will also be a number of other bars in the building, but who cares about them 😉


Update: Turns out that entry is by ticket only — which is not that obvious on the website. Register for free tickets HERE.

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2 comments on “A Tube Station themed pub to open next month
  1. I hope the guys from I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue record an episode from there, and play Mornington Crescent.

  2. Nick Flowers says:

    Oh yes! Several pints of No. 23 please. I doubt that I will be in condensing mode, though.