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Address: 843, High Rd, London, N17 8EY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 17051) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bruce Grove (0.2 miles), White Hart Lane (0.2 miles), Silver Street (0.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.0/10 (rated by 7 users)
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It was closed 2 weeks ago on a match day. Whether permanent or not I don't know.
yellowyid - 15 Jan 2009 17:31
Good in the summer - if we ever get another decent one.
cageyjoe - 3 Jan 2009 00:01
to many spurs fans who go on and on about the fifties
anonymous - 21 Dec 2007 21:55
Better in the summer when the beer garden is in use. Nice range of spurs memorabilia especially the Bill Nic painting. I'm going to sort out a Terry Naylor picture for the bar
raoulduke - 21 Dec 2007 21:36
This rather standard pub, a couple of corner kicks away from White Hart Lane, has designated itself as a Sports Bar although it doesn�t really offer anything different to the other pubs in the immediate area. The L-shaped bar would ordinarily be quite dull and dated with its cheaply painted radiators and wallpaper that would not look out of place in a 1950�s bedroom however the copious displays of Spurs pictures, team photos and memorabilia mixed in with boxers and caricatured snooker players do at least take the attention away from the blandness. Billy Nick seems to take pride of place on the corner of the bar as he casts his reverent eye over the punters below. The pub seems quite big due to its large mock Tudor frontage and the high fake beamed ceiling but on match day it can be quite packed although there is usually a bit of space at the rear if you can negotiate your way through. The choice of beers is as limited as pretty much everywhere else in the area with no Real Ales and just the usual mass market lager and keg bitter. As you expect of a Sports Bar, there are multiple TVs tuned to Sky, 2 dart boards and a pool table housed beneath a skylight at the rear of the pub. The music is usually modern clubby chart stuff and far too loud for my liking. In short, the pub is OK given the area, decent enough to watch sport on TV or meet before a game but nothing special and certainly nothing to set it apart from most of its equally functional but uninspiring neighbours.
RogerB - 22 Feb 2007 12:26

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