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Address: 732, High Rd, London, N17 0AG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 17048) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bruce Grove (0.3 miles), White Hart Lane (0.3 miles), Northumberland Park (0.6 miles)

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d59 have you been anywhere in the last few years?????
laughingduck - 10 Aug 2011 05:14
read somewhere this year that spurs have actually bought this place to turn in to ticket office/shop. If this right can someone say something confirming or denying this. Only had one experience of this pub and that was about 30 years ago when i went to the rare spurs match i attended and they'd taken all furniture out so not very impressed
dougie59 - 8 Aug 2011 23:27
Guinness is lovely and staff good.
This is very much an old school football pub,and should remain so.
It does give the impression when you walk through the door that you have gone back in time 25 years, but that isn't necassarily a bad thing
Long may it reign!!
And as the last poster said
"Beers up if you hate Arsenal" :)
tottenhamsean - 6 Oct 2007 10:31
This pub is certainly NOT closed as per the current BITE heading – it was certainly rammed to the rafters before last night’s Middlesbrough game and has been on every other occasion I have walked past. This pub is Tottenham through and through and being 20 yards from the ground it is hardly surprising. The exterior is painted in (now out of date) Tottenham colours (fortunately the chocolate brown has yet to be used in any makeover) and the interior likewise with blue walls and a white tongue & groove ceiling. The plain windows are covered by curtains that resemble mosquito nets and when a particularly undesirable team is in town, metal shutters protect the incumbents from any potential missiles. You would need to get here very early to grab one of the leather sofas, otherwise it is vertical drinking and permanent jostling. Billy Nick stares down from the side of the bar onto some of his great companions and memorabilia, photos, signed shirts and programmes adorn the walls. There is a TV and fruit machine but these are largely superfluous on match day. You would certainly not come here for the beer – keg rubbish only. What you do come for here is to soak up the pre match atmosphere and preview the latest anti-Arsenal songs, that is if you can get in the door in the first place. There is a sizeable beer patio at the rear that copes with the match day overspill although the temporary bar is somewhat limited and service is slow. There is an extremely makeshift tarpaulin cover and a couple of heaters to make the area a bit more engaging in the winter months. A brick BBQ presumably does not see much action in winter. On any other occasion this place would be a rather dull and ordinary pub unless you were a Spurs fan but I have always felt that this place is part of the football clubs heritage and for that alone, every Spurs fan should go there if only to say they have been there. As they say, “Beers Up If You Hate Arsenal…”
RogerB - 6 Dec 2006 09:48
Strange pub with an odd 80's style decor. Purple and not in a good way. Friendly enough though and unlikely to break the bank. Selection of drinks not likely to cause a headache and I'd stick to bottled beer rather than draft unless you fancy a Guinness. Absoultely rammed on Spurs macthdays as it's within a nanoseconds walk of the ground, at best half full at all other times. Has a big screen which shows pop videos and a jukebox that plays completely different tunes, which can lead to graet moments of unintentional comedy.
Mr.Monkfish - 26 Sep 2005 14:39

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