Sir Richard Steele (public house)
The Sir Richard Steele is a public house in Haverstock Hill, north London, midway between Belsize Park and Chalk Farm tube stations on the Northern line. It is named after Richard Steele (1672 – 1729). It has been designated as an asset of community value.
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