29 Heath Street

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Hampstead never quite feels like London. Located to the North of Camden, this leafy, spacious area retains the feel of a tightly-knit countryside village, full of independent restaurants, historic pubs and twisty roads flanked by green space. And, of course, at its heart is a Jeroboams, situated at 29 Heath Street where a wine merchant has stood for over 60 years (and perhaps even longer). With its origins generally traced by to the 17th century when it was a popular spa owing to its iron-impregnated water, it was the 1860s when development really kicked off following the opening of the North London Railway. Early the following century, Hampstead underground station, London’s deepest, was built, giving residents of London access to London’s only ancient park, Hampstead Heath, as well as numerous churches, synagogues, galleries, museums and historic sights. Sigmund Freud, Agatha Christie, John Keats and George Orwell have all called it home. Perhaps more than any other Jeroboams, Hampstead takes centre stage of the community, with local residents popping in for a bottle, advice and often just for a chat on their way home. There is no better place for fine wine, craft beer and spirits in North London.

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Mon - Thurs 11am - 8pm
Fri - Sat 11am - 9pm
Sun 12pm - 6pm


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