Alcohol Delivery Highgate, Holloway and Hornsey (N6, N7, N8)

Residents of Highgate, Holloway and Hornsey – if you run out of drinks and snacks don’t fret, the 24 hour alcohol delivery service is happy to come to your rescue and deliver all your favourites right to your doorstep. Simply place your order for alcoholic beverages and snacks, including extras such as bags of ice, straws, soft drink mixers and lemon and limes, and sit back and relax. The 24 hour delivery service will ensure all your goods are delivered safely to your door, saving you the hassle of having to venture out and find a shop that’s open. You can also use the service to order in bulk if you’re unable to carry large quantities on public transport for example.

24 Hour Delivery

If you’re already over the drinking limit to drive, but you’re out of alcohol, you can now have a selection of spirits (including vodka, rum, gin, tequila and whiskey) or wines and beers, delivered to your doorstep whatever the time or day of the week. This is also handy for people who don’t live near an off-licence, or require drinks and snacks after opening hours. As long as you are a responsible drinker over the age of 18, this 24 hour alcohol delivery service is available to you. So what are you waiting for? Pick up the phone to place your order now.

Late Night Off-Licences In Highgate, Holloway and Hornsey (N6, N7, N8)

Tesco Highgate Express, 32/34 Highgate Street, Highgate, London, N6 5JG, 0345 0269345
Open: 7am-11pm (mon-sun)

The Co-operative Food, Tottenham Lane, Hornsey, N8 8SE, 020 8347 6412
Open: 24 hours (mon-sun)

Tesco Hornsey Express, 5-7 Hornsey Street, Hornsey, London, N7 8GA, 0345 0269906
Open: 7am-11pm (mon-sun)

Areas Covered For Delivery (N6, N7, N8)

N6 is home of the Highgate district, including Highgate and parts of Hampstead Heath. The local authorities of Camden, Haringey and Islington look after this postcode area. Highgate is primarily a residential area, with a good high street including both high street and boutique shopping. Highgate has been the backdrop for many films and works of fiction, including Shaun of the Dead, Dick Whittington and His Cat, David Copperfield and Are You Being Served. Residents of note who have lived here include Coleridge, Kate Moss, Ewan McGregor, George Michael, Rod Stewart and Geri Halliwell.

The Holloway district or N7 is under the local authorities of Islington and Camden and include parts of Tufnell Park, Islington, Barnsbury and Holloway. As one of the most densely populated areas of London, Holloway is also one of the most multicultural areas. It is also home to HMP Holloway, the UK’s largest female prison but back when it was mixed sex inmates included the likes of Oscar Wilde. The Caledonian Road is one of the best known streets in this area and is also the location of Pentonville Prison, dating back to 1842. Notable residents include and have included the Mayor of London Boris Johnson, Martin Clunes, Pete Doherty and Jon Snow.

Local authorities Haringey and Islington look after the Hornsey district, or postcode area N8, which includes part of Harringay as well as Hornsey and Crouch End. Once a hamlet, Crouch End is now a built up area thanks to Victorian expansion in the 19th century. Crouch End is most identifiable by its red brick clock tower, and has been used in film and literature including Shaun of the Dead, Peep Show, Poirot, High Fidelity and Spooks. Crouch End is known for its creativity, with the likes of Bob Dylan, Dave Stewart of the Eurythmics and Ray Davies of the Kinks all recording here.