The Two Brewers, Tottenham - pub details
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|I believe this is only open on match days and I slipped in incognito on advice of a Spurs supporting friend. Very good atmosphere and lively feel, ideal for the home crowd. The landlord and staff were friendly and served fast. A football day pub, somewhat utilitarian in decor and feel and no real ale but worth a visit and I would return. Obviously do not wear away colours or draw attention to yourself if you support the away team like I did, but I always like to check out the local boozers.|
Richard_ReadingFC - 3 Jan 2013 12:08
|Cracking atmosphere after a game but failed to supply a real ale for the guys who aren't afraid to taste what they drink. Whitbread seemed to be normal supplier. |
I respect these type of venues who deal with regulars and an intense influx of game goers on match days and seem to deal with the binge drinker culture admirably either that or ride there luck a little being a pub who cater to supporters of the same team. Pretty barmaids beams at you in this heavy drinkers den.
RealAleDave - 24 Mar 2011 16:18
|An abundance of pus? Aye right.|
jagsfan - 6 May 2010 20:56
|Sound pub on match days before and after staff great and landlord cliff does a great job|
lesyid - 6 May 2010 20:04
|As a Spurs fan, I use this pub when I visit White Hart Lane for a match. The area has an abundance of pus, but none of them can hold a flame to this quaint little place. Initial reaction when you push open (what actually is) a house style front door is shock as there's generally a sea of bodies in front of you, but the service is incredibly quick considering the amount of people there. They even allow you glass pint pots on match days, which I thought was unheard of. As a real ale fan, the options are poor / non-existent, but saying that, the draft lagers are all good. The outdoor bar extension to the rear is magnificent too, but nowhere near as magnificent as the beautiful blonde lady who works behind the bar (sorry, I cannot resist). Reminds me of a young Diane Lane!|
Hanwale - 8 Feb 2010 15:10
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