Corner of Church Street

175 Stoke Newington High Street 

London N16 0LH

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The best pub
in Stoke Newington

Since the 1600s at the end of Church Street, the comer of Stoke Newington High Street, stands the Three Crowns, a large public- house which inherits a far-back tradition. It was originally called the Cock and Harp, but was renamed to compliment James I, with the 3 crowns representing England, Scotland & Ireland.  


Now re-opened in its full glory with food and drinks fit for both kings and humble peasants alike. With the best in live world music, downstairs in The Waiting Room, our exclusive gig venue. 

Welcome to The Three Crowns


Pub Classics, Bar Snacks, British Dishes and traditional Sunday Roasts.
With a selection of wine alongside draught beers & a menu of classically inspired cocktails.
Our dining rooms and bar space cater for groups of up to eight, or more by prior arrangement.

Our bar food menu is available from 12pm – 10pm

What's On: Main Bar

Upstairs in the newly refurbished main bar we have DJs, events and special occasions, with live jazz sessions on Saturday afternoons.

Also available for private bookings, special occasions and groups of up to forty, with screens for presentations & events.

Gigs: The Waiting Room

Late night live venue club beneath The Three Crowns. Gigs most nights and clubs every weekend, specialising in world music

Open until 03:30am Fri & Sat

Introducing our brand new seasonal modern British menu with a traditional roast dinner on Sunday,

Kitchen Opening Times: Wednesday, 

Thursday, Friday – 5pm-10pm 

Saturday – 12pm-10pm 

Sunday – 12pm-9pm


175 Stoke Newington High Street N16 0LH

020 7241 5511



Opening Times 

Mon to Thur 4pm – 1:30am 

Fri 4pm – 2:30am 

Sat 12pm – 2:30am 

Sun 12pm – 12am



Waiting Room – 03:30 Fri & Sat 


Free parking for blue badge holders is available at Wilmer Place Car Park which is a 3 minute walk from the premises. This car park is open 24/7. 


Public Transport

The following bus services serve the premises: 149, 476, 76, 73, 243, 67, 106 & 276.

Stoke Newington Overground station is a 5 minute walk away from the premises. 



An accessible toilet is available for use on the premises. The premises is accessible for wheelchair users via the entrance to the premises on Church Street as well as an entrance on Stoke Newington High Street. 


Guide Dogs welcome. 

The Manager will do their best to ensure that whenever customers with accessibility requirements are present at The Premises, adequate arrangements are made to ensure their safe evacuation in the event of an emergency, and that they are made aware of these arrangements.