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Prince Albert

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The Prince Albert was situated at 290 Golders Green Road. This pub was known as the Prince Albert Harvester and closed c.1995. Demolished in 1995.

My husband and I went to this huge great pub on our first date in October 1973.  It was a jazz pub then with a terrific atmosphere.  The night we were there the actor Ian Hendry (one of those great character actors remember Get Carter) was in the audience really enjoying himself.  Apparently he was a regular visitor who enjoyed the jazz along with many other colourful characters. The food was great too, but then of course this was a very long time ago.
V Fry (November 2011)

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Name Dates Comments
Bob Gaddes 1973/1974 For Willy,Alan,Dave and myself -this was our 'local'. We would be that group crowded in the little alcove to the right as you tried to get in. I remember with fondness the barmaids especially Louise. A Harvester - what a travesty. this building had character for goodness sake, reinforced by the memories of many previous satisfied customers - of which I count myself one.