If you ever happen to be looking for a nice restaurant in Camden, The Blues Kitchen will offer you live music and great food and drinks.
Copious American style breakfasts and dishes are served throughout the day. You can also just have a drink at the fabulous bar offering a selection of cocktails, beer and whisky. They even have a bourbon bar, with over 100 varieties of rare bourbon and rye. A little extra: if you are gluten intolerant, burgers can be served with gluten-free bread and nothing is quite too pricey.
Pete Doherty often comes to scratch his guitar here. The staff are friendly and efficient and the clientele very eclectic. Whatever the day and the artist, an evening at the Blues Kitchen promises a crazy and almost indescribable atmosphere. You can always book a table if a particular artist is playing one night but usually, you just show up to have a drink and listen to the music.
On Sunday nights, it is jam session: anyone can ask to come and play. It is the best way to discover artists or to be discovered. The atmosphere is friendly and joyful, with the families of the artists coming to support them.
As it is quite a popular pub, they have two other Blues Kitchens in Brixton and Shoreditch, both very upcoming rock and indie places of London, like Camden used to be 10 years ago.