You know that famous art print. The one where there are stairs going up and to the side and coming from ceilings that are also floors that are also walls? This one. That’s what the garden of Finsbury Park pub The Faltering Fullback is like. This is probably the best and worst outdoor space to get drunk in in London. Best because it has loads of different areas for groups big or small, and they serve pretty good Thai food. Worst because, well, stairs aren’t our favourite thing after we’ve had a few.
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