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The Three Wishes, North Harrow - pub details

Address: 20 The Broadwalk, Pinner Road, Harrow, Middlesex, HA2 6ED [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 24513) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations North Harrow (0.1 miles), West Harrow (0.7 miles), Pinner (0.9 miles)

Nearest train stations Headstone Lane (1.2 miles), Harrow On The Hill (1.3 miles), Harrow & Wealdstone (1.4 miles)

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Pinner Arms, Pinner (0.8 miles), Village Inn, Pinner (0.8 miles), George, Pinner (0.9 miles), Queen's Head, Pinner (0.9 miles), Eclipse, South Harrow (1.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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Not much to look at but a great spot to watch football, racing and cricket. The staff and patrons are friendly and the beer is decent, well worth a visit (especially given North Harrow's lack of pubs!)
mikecoxon - 4 Jan 2012 16:03
Sunday night visit - uncrowded. Barmaid could have smiled a little more and been more welcoming - seemed to be the only staff on duty.

Music folksey but too high a volume - competing with spanish football on the big screens.

Formerly a Wetherspoon pub - layout has changed little from that regime.

Comfortable - but smile, girl, smile!
aboukir - 2 Nov 2010 17:55
a quality pub.
the complaint that it is "a local pub for local people" is bizarre, given that such things are rapidly becoming relics of a bygone age and should in fact be treasured.
renton musta got lost on his way to the trinity again !!!

the clientele, staff and management are extremely friendly and welcoming...
Why, only last week, I went in when I was gay and they all hugged me and showed me where the tolets were...
and the month previous when I decided i was black, they still made me feel at home, gimme rum an' called me gangsta an' ting, ya get me bro.
top place, top people.
shelfy - 16 Nov 2009 14:13
Not a bad local pub for watching sport or drinking with your mates. The real ale (St Austell's Tribute and Courage Directors) is well kept and the bar staff friendly and polite.

The proliferation of huge widescreen TVs and the foul-mouthed, opinionated, football 'supporters' propping up the bar mean that you might not feel at home here with your Mum or your missus.
mrfear - 30 Apr 2008 16:51
very disappointed - the bar staff lacked a friendly air and just seemed it was a "local pub for local people"
renton - 15 Jul 2007 17:40

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