North Nineteen

Status: Open
Address: 194-196 Sussex Way, N19 4HZ (streetmap) (osm) (gmap) (bingmap) (streetview)
London borough: Islington
Former name(s): Pink Chameleon
Former address: 6 Blenheim Road [now Bavaria Road] (pre-rebuilding) [different site]
10 Blenheim Road (1874)
Historical parish: Islington
Dates open: by 1866-
rebuilt by 1961
Good Beer Guide: 2011-2012
Owner: Cask and Butcher
Watney Combe Reid (former)
Website: Website
Notes: Prior to post-war rebuilding, the original site was 70m to the north-west on the other side of the same block (on Blenheim Road, now Bavaria Road, at the western intersection with Denmark Terrace, which no longer exists). It was rebuilt on a site a few metres to the south of the "Crown" (see separate entry), demolished shortly before. Renamed as the "Pink Chameleon" in 2006, and as "North Nineteen" in c2008.
Photo taken in December 2009
Sources: Open date: Pub Wiki
Renaming: Tris C (e-mail)
Owner: CAMRA North London Beer Guide/WhatPub
OS 1871/1895/1937/1961 (as "Enterprise")/1972 (as "Enterprise")
PO 1874/1896/1906/1914/1921 (all as "Enterprise")
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