The Flask

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public house at 14 Flask Walk, Hampstead, London, England

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Geographical coordinates: 51.5566 -0.177194

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English The Flask, Hampstead

The Flask is a Grade II listed public house at 14 Flask Walk, Hampstead, London, on the site from where the trade in Hampstead mineral water was run, and which is mentioned in the eighteenth century novel Clarissa. It has been owned by Young's Brewery since 1904.

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English The Flask

The name dates from the 18th and 19th centuries, when Hampstead was known as an area with many freshwater springs and people went there to take the waters. The current building has been a pub since 1874. Two bar rooms and a separate dining area.

Address 14 Flask Walk, NW3 1HE
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