Churchgate Street, to the east of the New Town, forms part of Old Harlow. It is a delightful area. A lovely place for lunch is the early sixteenth century timber-framed building, the Queen’s Head, with its long jettied front. The fireplace in the public bar is worth a look.
For a list of past publicans and other photographs of the street and pub go to: http://londonpublichouse.com/essexpubs/Harlow/qhead.shtml
Beer in the evening has the following: http://www.beerintheevening.com/pubs/s/26/26062/Queens_Head_Inn/Harlow