Molly's Bar, N11 1AH
This is a real Irish pub rather than a fake one - it has a lot of Irish music on the jukebox and the walls are covered with photographs of the community. It's fairly small, with a long narrow space lined by tables on either side. Smokers stand outside on the street. On our April 2012 visit at 6pm, it was already well-attended and most tables were taken.
On the bar, they offer John Smith's and draught Guinness (£3.10/pint), as well as other standard cooking lagers. secretlondon had a pint of lime and soda (80p).
Posters advertise live Irish music every weekend. There is also a cash point next door which is part of the local Sainsbury's supermarket.
Accessibility: One step to get in, but toilets are on the same level (down the back of the pub through an unmarked set of white swing doors).