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Gospel Oak Overground Station
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Alternative Gastropub nearest The Star

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Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Lord Palmerston
London > Restaurants > Gastropub
33 Dartmouth Park Hill, NW5 | 5 minutes from The Star
The Lord Palmerston is a rarity: a gastropub that doesn’t think it’s a restaurant. Tucked out of the way, on Dartmouth Park Road, this place is ... More

Sights and Attractions near The Star

The best museums, galleries, attractions near The Star
St Joseph's Church
London > Attractions > Other Attractions
Highgate Hill, N19 | 6 minutes from The Star
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Shopping near The Star

The best shops and markets near The Star
London > Shopping > House and Garden
130 Junction Road, N19 | 6 minutes from The Star
Furniture... More
Map Gift Shop
London > Shopping > Gifts and Luxuries
93 Junction Road, N19 | 6 minutes from The Star
Set up by Ian Morris and Kathryn Phalp in 1990, Map gift shop is an appealing outlet for Kathryn's jewellery. The design duo sell their own ... More
London > Shopping > Gifts and Luxuries
11A Swains Lane, N6 | 6 minutes from The Star
Gift shop with a huge selection ... More

Restaurants near The Star

What are the best dining options near The Star London?
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Lord Palmerston
London > Restaurants > Gastropub
33 Dartmouth Park Hill, NW5 | 5 minutes from The Star
The Lord Palmerston is a rarity: a gastropub that doesn’t think it’s a restaurant. Tucked out of the way, on Dartmouth Park Road, this place is ... More
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Cafe del Parc
London > Restaurants > Vegetarian restaurants
167 Junction Road, N19 | 6 minutes from The Star
Vegetarian cuisine. ... More
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Fabrizio Restaurant - London
London > Restaurants > Italian restaurants
34 Highgate Hill, N19 | 7 minutes from The Star
Italian Cuisine... More

Education near The Star

Near The Star
Shaolin Temple UK
London > Education > Language Courses
207a Junction Road, Tufnell Park, N19 | 6 minutes from The Star
One of the few places in London where you can learn Mandarin up to GCSE level. Not only that, you can take calligraphy, meditation, kick boxing ... More

Leisure near The Star

The Star gyms, sporting activities, health & beauty and fitness.
Mansfield Bowling Club
London > Leisure > Games
Croftdown Road, NW5 | 4 minutes from The Star
Bowling Clubs ... More
Shaolin Temple UK
London > Leisure > Martial Arts
207a Junction Road, Tufnell Park, N19 | 6 minutes from The Star
Learn the ways of Chinese kick boxing or Shaolin Gong Fu. You can compliment your skills by learning Mandarin Chinese, calligraphy and Buddhist meditation too.... More
Archway Leisure Centre
London > Leisure > Sports Facilities
Macdonald Road, N19 | 7 minutes from The Star
Gym and Health Club ... More

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Concerts | On 13th October 2015 

Underworld 1.71 miles from The Star

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The Ruts DC
Concerts | On 13th October 2015 

Jazz Cafe 1.72 miles from The Star

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Ben Rogers
Concerts | On 13th October 2015 

The Green Note Cafe 1.8 miles from The Star

Acoustic folk and country singer-songwriter from Vancouver....More

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Concerts | Until 22nd December 2015 

JW3 2 miles from The Star


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Concerts | On 13th October 2015 

JW3 2 miles from The Star


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Exhibitions | Until 15th December 2015 

JW3 2 miles from The Star

Read patterns, make garments fit, learn new techniques and enjoy!...More

Sinatra At The Movies
Exhibitions | On 13th October 2015 

JW3 2 miles from The Star

George McGhee looks at Sinatra's cinematic career....More

Make Mine A Memoir
Exhibitions | Until 15th December 2015 

JW3 2 miles from The Star

This course is aimed at those who want to explore episodes of their past in writing. An opportunity to progress ...More

Sha'at Sipur Ve'tnua
Exhibitions | Until 1st December 2015 

JW3 2 miles from The Star

Spoken language classes for children....More

Sacred Geometry
Exhibitions | Until 17th November 2015 

JW3 2 miles from The Star

A chance to examine sacred geometry and numbers....More

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