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Gun and Magpie, Enfield

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Sadly this pub has been closed 12-18 months now and is now a block of flats.
stevenewman137 - 9 Dec 2012 12:18
Well, it's CLOSED now.
BobOs - 11 Apr 2011 13:04
ref monkfish on reading his comments Ihad to reply Iam one of unfriendly locals,Ihave been drinking gun &mag forty years I find it a very clean house good pint (the guvnor drinks bitter ) .Igo there with my famliy all varying ages made welcome by staff &management .So if your aged 20 to 100 come in please talk us unfriendly locals we are noisy old git;s (mine,s a lager) give us try
university - 11 Dec 2009 09:50
I honestly am speechless to have read the comments that have been posted about this pub. I have never heard such nonsense in all my life , after been taken over by new management whom has done just about everything to please everyone that comes in . I just cannot understand how some people can be so nasty and post comments like that . I travelled from ireland and happened to have the privilege to have visited this pub . I found the atmosphere very warm and inviting , the locals were very friendly and eager to include you in their conversation. Good food and entertainment , bar staff were welcoming and friendly , clean and tidy pub , would have no hesatation bringing any of my family and friends over to it , I spent six fabolous nights with locals singing and having a laugh , i would recommend this pub to all , i will be coming back .
carolinemaccollins - 8 Dec 2009 20:35
Tidy but uninspiring pub. The good news? The John Smiths was off. The bad news? The Tetleys was on. Had a quick pint and went in search of a decent beer between here and Turkey Street station (and failed).
rpadam - 18 Jul 2009 00:12
Agree with last mailer. Unbeliveable how unfriendly the atmosphere is considering it's predominately only the bar staff!

You would think hospitality would be top of their agenda in an effort to draw drinkers in but think again...

Soon to be flats I feel. Shame
cpm - 7 Apr 2009 16:00
Officially the worst pub I have ever been in, bar none.
Unfriendly locals, poor beer, nasty atmosphere that makes you think violence might start at any moment. Tatty decor.
A reminder of what crap people thought they could foist upon the general public as a local pub back in the grimmer moments of the early 80's only without any warm glow of nostalgia, just the same sort of rude awakening you get when you see a TV show you used to love as a kid when you are grown up and realise that it was rubbish.
Avoid.
Mr.Monkfish - 22 Mar 2009 21:28
A proper little no-frills boozer with a warm welcome and a good atmosphere. No food offered - shame, because I was hungry. Worse still, and hence the deduction of a million brownie points - no ales! - although I can't say I'm surprised since the pub doesn't have an ale-house clientele. It appears that this neck of the woods (including the Sun and Woolpack, the Turkey, etc.) are only populated by Guinness drinkers and lager drinkers.
BobOs - 22 Dec 2008 11:13

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