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Newmarket Ale House is under new management and re-opening its doors for the first time as a gastropub after extensive refurbishment. We are located at the junction of Agar Grove and York Way in Camden, within easy reach of King’s Cross St Pancras and London St Pancras International Rail Stations.Newmarket Ale House offers outstanding food and drink in a casual and relaxed setting. We champion the very best British and European produce with a focus on classics, made from scratch using only the freshest ingredients. We have capacity to host special social celebrations, such as weddings and birthday parties, providing overnight accommodation in our adjoining hotel.
We look forward to welcoming you soon at the Newmarket Ale House Gastro Pub and Restaurant.
The New Market Ale House Pub has been licensed since 1866, when it operated as both a theatre and bar. It occupies an area of Camden previously known as Agar Town, which lies to the east and north of St Pancras Old Church.
The town was named after William Agar, a Counsellor, who attempted to thwart the Regent Canal Company from running the canal through his land. The town however, did not develop until after Williams Agar's death in 1838, when his wife, Louisa, leased the land for building from 1840.
The only remnant of the town's name is that of Agar Grove, which meets York Way, on which corner the Newmarket Ale House now stands.