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Winter's, Finchley - pub details

Previously called: Clancy's, Olivers Wine Bar

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Address: 168, Ballards Lane, London, N3 2PA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7299) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations West Finchley (0.3 miles), Finchley Central (0.4 miles), Woodside Park (1 mile)

Nearest train stations New Southgate (2.2 miles), Oakleigh Park (2.7 miles), Mill Hill Broadway (2.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.3/10 (rated by 9 users)
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Joiners Arms, Finchley (0.2 miles), Coconut Tree, Finchley (0.3 miles), Ahir Lorenzos, Finchley (0.4 miles), Dignity (Taylors of Finchley), Finchley (0.4 miles), Catcher in the Rye, Finchley (0.5 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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Now Gertie Brown's, not Winter's, and the phone number above is out of date so it is a pity that BITE didn't update their listings. This is an 0871 service so costs more to ring. Thanks.
DunL - 2 Feb 2011 22:34
I couldn�t believe what I was seeing when I walked up to the bar in this Irish shop conversion pub and spotted Greene King IPA and Tribute available. I had reservations about ordering any real ale, but my fears were unfounded as the Tribute was very good. No need to worry though as all the other traits for this kind of venue were there from the selection of standard draught to the many plasma screens showing the horse racing that was being studied by old men with red noses.

I found the barmaid that served me to be very nice and the other patrons were friendly enough once I had got settled. The carpet is a little bright, but the bar is laid out very well making it a very comfortable place to drink in.

I will pop back in here next time I�m passing.
Strongers - 22 Apr 2009 07:15
Got dragged back in there the other Saturday. Atmosphere still not good, but did have some nice bitter on tap. There was a karioke going on and you'd have to go a long way to hear worse singers, but everyone was having a laugh so I suppose it doesn't matter.
But where have all the eligible blokes gone? There used to be loads in there.
Bitterlady - 18 Nov 2008 15:22
Went back in there this week and what the hell has happened? Dead, no atmosphere. The bitter was rank. Just a handful of die hard drinkers all looking bored.
On a more amusing note watching the barmaid finish reading her paper before she served us in the most sullen manner imaginable was truly a unique delight, NOT!
Will be sticking to the Dignity and the Catcher from now on.
Bitterlady - 17 Jul 2008 00:55
Went in there once on a friday night. Was very lively, lots of people enjoying themsleves. Only downside was there was a little bloke with a big nose, thought he was a good dancer, who kept pestering.
Other than that it was good. Lots of blokes, real men not boys. So a lot better for girls than your standard wine bar!!!
Bitterlady - 14 Sep 2007 14:47

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