Second gastropub to open in Harlesden this month
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A second gastropub will be opening in Harlesden this month.
Harlesden Picture Palace in Manor Park Road, promises to deliver great food and a wide section of locally and regionally sourced beverages spread across three ground floor areas.
The establishment, a former cinema dating back to 1912, was formerly known as the Misty Moon before it closed last year.
The venue was bought by Antic London, a South East London-based pub collective, and has undergone a cast makeover which includes an interior with an eclectic mix of restored original features, vintage wallpapers, cosy banquette furnishings, film memorabilia and quirky trinkets.
The pub will offer an informal soft lounge at the front, main bar at its heart and private dining room towards the rear.
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The pub’s menu will offer fresh seasonal modern British cuisine including a selection of homemade bar snacks, grazing bites, sharing platters, hearty mains and traditional Sunday roasts with all the trimmings.
Harlesden Picture Palace, which is Antic London’s first establishment in north west London, opens on May 21.
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Le Junction, Harlesden’s first gastropub, opened in June last year.