This pub was voted one of the best in Kentish Town by Londonist readers.
There are two major junctions in the area; the Junction Tavern stands on neither. While the main Victorian-era bar is thoroughly decent, and the front-room dining area is splendid for people watching, it's the back conservatory and beer garden which offer the main draw. These quickly fill up in the summer, so arrive early.
Were the drink choice a little more adventurous, this would have been higher up the list in our poll. As it is, three or four common ales and a standard range of lagers are joined by a somewhat more robust wine list. We haven't yet tried the food, but like the look of the menus.