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Address: 503-505 High Road, London, N17 6QA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 30499) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Tottenham Hale (0.6 miles), Seven Sisters (0.8 miles)

Nearest train stations Tottenham Hale (0.5 miles), Seven Sisters (0.8 miles), Bruce Grove (0.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.4/10 (rated by 15 users)
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user reviews of the Elbow Room, Tottenham

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Traditional local with a 50/50 population of old Irish racing gents and real (local)Tottenham fans. Predominantly male clientele but very friendly, sometimes too friendly and difficult to escape from! Great staff and a reasonable selection of well kept beers. Only problem is the barman keeps pouring you another pint before you get to the bar so it's really hard to leave!
TwoFourTwo - 6 Oct 2014 17:24
Pub not too bad, large selection of lagers and one real ale which I didn't try.
Bar staff friendly although looking rather ragged. Been coming here with colleagues on and off for past 7 years.
All in all a nice pub for the area but often have run out of Guinness which 4 of my colleagues drink. Much better than the filthy dump next door with filthy bar and hagged bar maid, namely The Ship.
The landlord here at the Elbow is friendly and always says hello, however his personal hygiene is something to be desired and can be quite overpowering when you walk in. Nevertheless not a bad pub.
KITABEVI - 27 Nov 2013 11:54
Visited 31-Aug-10
Bombadier was in awful condition, pub was almost empty.
This has been a fall from grace since my last visit a few years back when the beer was pretty good.
Staff friendly and service quick - about the only good points.
StatusBaby - 4 Sep 2010 15:42
Hi, I am a real ale lover and Everton supporter from Venice (Italy), visiting the UK very often.

We (me and my girlfriend) popped into this pub a week ago (coming from Seven Sisters tube station) at about 11:30am the day of the match Tottenham - Everton, this is a great boozer full of Spurs supporters, I was not wearing blue colors but I had no problems at all with the locals, very friendly and chatty.

The interior has its charm, traditional and simply wooden pub with several lcd screens showing Sky Sports, and above all great real ales on top, three pumps were on: Courage, Bombardier and another one I don't remember, I tried them all and were all in excellent nick, and very very cheap! Of course they were served in plastic glasses, as always happens the day of the match at The lane.

We really enjoyed our staying at the Elbow Room, great atmosphere, the staff is kind and the clientele very nice, extremely cheap (and good) beers, a must to see in Tottenham before a Spurs game.
LessThanJake - 8 Mar 2010 16:11
This is a good pub that has a much more local feel than most high street boozers. The barman was very friendly and my pint of Cumberland was nice enough. Courage Best and Bombardier were also available alongside a selection of standard lagers. There are plenty of screens and the pub shows Sky Sports and Setanta.

There is a small decked smoking area out the back next to the railway arches and whilst I was out there a bloke came along and started feeding some cats with chicken slices. I counted ten, but Im sure there were more and this guy seemed to know them all by name!

I liked it in here and wouldnt protest if I had to return.
Strongers - 19 May 2009 07:25

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