Tally Ho pub in north London reopens after £750,000 investment
Stonegate Pub Company has reopened the Tally Ho pub in Finchley, north London, following a £750,000 investment.
The former JDW pub was acquired by Stonegate on 26 April, and closed the same day for refurbishment.
The three-floor property has since been restored to its original character, although for the first time in 20 years, TV screens and a music system have been installed.
The bar will offer national ales and local brews from New River and Tring, cask cider and beers, and a range of gins and wines.
Manager Paul Mulcrone said: "Finchley has regenerated so it's time for the 90-year-old Tally Ho to make sure the beautiful landmark offers the diversity to appeal to our varied customer base."
The Tally Ho was one of JDW's original pubs, first owned by Charrington brewery when it opened 90 years ago.
Stonegate Pub Company has 692 pubs split into two divisions. Branded pubs include Slug & Lettuce, Yates, Walkabout, Common Room and Venues, and traditional pubs include Proper Pubs, Town Pub & Kitchen, and Classic Inns.
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