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The Bricklayers Arms, Tottenham - pub details

Bricklayers Arms
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Address: 803-805, High Rd, London, N17 8ER [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 17050) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bruce Grove (0.1 miles), White Hart Lane (0.1 miles), Silver Street (0.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.0/10 (rated by 18 users)
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user reviews of the Bricklayers Arms, Tottenham

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Cracking pub.One of only 3 left ojn the high rd that still have locals and doesn't totally rely on the Match day crowd(other 2 being the Coach & Horses and The Vic)
Governer is a decent bloke as well.Brilliant before and after a game
tottenhamsean - 31 Aug 2013 18:02
Great football fan boozer, loads of scarfs from all different clubs up the walls. Good jukebox if I remember rightly. Not sure I'd go on a matchday (especially as an away fan) but have popped in while passing through the area and liked it very much.
Richard_ReadingFC - 13 Feb 2012 13:58
The best Spurs pub on matchday, always singing, packed but it's not hard to get to the bar as the staff are always going full pelt.
kenty - 11 Jan 2012 13:43
second to the Bill Nic for atmosphere on matchday. Always taken a while to get to the front of the bar though due to it being rammed
stokes1982 - 7 Jun 2011 15:59
I visited the pub at the end of a matchday, about six hours after the final whistle. It was dingy, dark, damp and cold, and on top of this the floor was sticky. The guvnor was cheery but the other staff were either surly or scary or a combination of the two (scurly, maybe?). The walls are festooned with old football programmes and other clubs' scarves, but this didn't make up for thefact that plastic glasses were still being used well after the game had ended and most fans had left. Even this, on top of all the above, would be forgivable if a pint didn't cost �3. THREE QUID FOR A PINT IN ONE OF THE ROUGHEST PARTS OF LONDON. I'd just about understand it in the West End! The place stinks, in every respect. Avoid
superhoop - 14 Mar 2010 19:55

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