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Two Brewers
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Address: 42 Scotland Green, London, N17 9TT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 30674) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube station Tottenham Hale (0.7 miles)

Nearest train stations Bruce Grove (0.6 miles), Tottenham Hale (0.6 miles), White Hart Lane (0.6 miles)

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The outside gives you the impression you're about to walk into someone's front room and the deceptively large, busy interior strikes you straight away. Felt more like a social club than a pub as there are few bells and whistles in terms of furnishings, save for a jukebox, and it's keg only on draught. The crowd is quite friendly and welcoming (to fellow Spurs fans!) - it's very much the place you see the people you often meet if you go to Spurs away matches regularly. The last time I had been in there a chap approached me in the Paxton upper just before kick-off and said "You were in the Brewers before the game!" Typifies the friendly kind of place it is. Not a single replica shirt to be seen. Beer cheap and service very efficient.

Sometimes before the football I do like a real ale in a proper glass and in a slightly more subdued boozer, but there is something about this place that I really like. People say we're strapped for good options as Spurs fans but I think this is a solid choice.

R3NW5 - 7 Feb 2016 16:39
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

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