Friern Barnet is part of the borough of Barnet, it is a residential area situated in north London. The area has a lot of historic architecture from the Victorian era, although modern development has seen the introduction of additional flats and housing estates. The church of St. John the Evangelist is a Grade II English Heritage building, while Friary Park, Epping Forest and Hampstead Heath are some of the major landmarks in the area.
Friern Barnet has a number of serviced offices and retail units that are occupied by a diverse variety of businesses. Some of these include ski equipment resellers, care homes, and even sculptors’ studios. Other businesses that operate from Friern Barnet include construction companies, healthcare providers and financial services companies. Aspect Signs, Colmac Plastics, BTC Commercial and Prodigy Audio Systems Ltd are all companies which can be found in the Friern Barnet area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Friern Barnet comes alive in the evenings with a number of nightclubs, bars and live acts pulling in the crowds. Alexandra Palace is a great choice for theatre performances, as is Jacksons Lane Theatre. ‘Upstairs’ at the Gatehouse is an exciting option for live acts, while the Roundhouse is a former engine shed that has been converted into a spectacular live entertainment centre. Eating out in Friern Barnet provides you with the chance to sample global cuisine. There are a number of Italian restaurants including Ask! Seafood is available at Toff’s and Two Brothers Fish Restaurant. You can enjoy Thai, Brazilian and Indian as well as Pakistani, Chinese and American cuisine in the area, with something to suit all tastes.
Amos Grove and Finchley Central tube stations are nearby and offer convenient access to the Underground network. Mainline services can be easily accessed via New Southgate railway station, while a number of bus services are readily available and taxi services provide reliable transportation on the roads.