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The Beaconsfield, Harringay - pub details

Beaconsfield
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Address: 357-359, Green Lanes, London, N4 1DZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6452) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Manor House (0.4 miles), Finsbury Park (0.9 miles)

Nearest train stations Harringay Green Lanes (0.1 miles), Harringay (0.3 miles), Crouch Hill (0.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.2/10 (rated by 24 users)
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user reviews of the Beaconsfield, Harringay

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5 most recent reviews of 20 shown - see all reviews

Judging on the most recent review below me, it hasn't changed in the slightest whatsoever since.

It could be a great pub
el_bozboz - 23 Apr 2018 22:15
Not really worth commenting on. Badly run pub. I really think that regulars should be told off for staring at or throwing looks at strangers as they walk through the door ( its very off putting) I won't go back unless it changes.
binaroundtheblockabit - 4 Feb 2012 08:58
Was closed last night at 21.45 when we walked past. Another one bites the dust?
elsie_pop - 24 Oct 2011 12:38
This pub is appalling the service is diabolical , the staff are just one step above retard , they bar people for nothing and the CAMRA man has stopped delivering the newspaper.
mr.toes.5_ - 22 Sep 2010 15:39
This looks very much like a pub that has seen better days. It looks an impressive building from the outside, although the E and S were missing from the original gilded pub name above the door, with the more modern pub sign above it looking a bit incongruous. Inside, all the original rooms have been knocked into one, with the bar counter in the centre of the room. This pub is also on CAMRAs inventory of pubs with heritage interiors, and I noticed what looked like the original ceiling (still painted the dark "racing" green as mentioned by Mr Monkfish), cast iron pillars, as well as some cut and etched glasswork. But it has none of the Victorian grandeur of the Salisbury down the road. There was a big pull-down screen showing the Stoke v Wigan game when I was in, plus at least four other TV monitors around the room.

London Pride was the only real ale advertised when I was in, although there was another handpump with a GKIPA clip turned round. I ordered the Pride, but it tasted exactly like GKIPA, and the two ales are very different in taste, and I know the difference quite well. I mentioned this to the barman, who tried a taste and said I might have a pint. Im not sure what he did about it though. If he checked while I was still in there he didnt let me know the result but he was on his own and presumably that would have made it inconvenient for him to leave the bar. This is not a bad pub, and it was quite comfortable, but there was nothing sufficiently special about it that would make me want to pay a return visit.
RexRattus - 14 Dec 2009 14:21

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