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The Tooting Tram & Social, Tooting - pub details

Tooting Tram & Social
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Address: 48 Mitcham Road, Tooting, London, SW17 9NA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 164) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Tooting Broadway (0.1 miles), Tooting Bec (0.8 miles), Colliers Wood (0.8 miles)

Nearest train stations Tooting (0.6 miles), Haydons Road (1 mile), Balham (1.4 miles)

Chain: It's A Scream

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user reviews of the Tooting Tram & Social, Tooting

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Horrible place, like an outmoded indie victorian style public toilet.

Pretentious and overpriced. Don't even go there ...
ROBERTA - 7 Aug 2012 14:28
Incidentally, it hasn't been an It's A Scream pub since the Tramshed days, now it's an Antic pub.
Groovehound - 18 Dec 2011 16:21
One might say that this place is part of the gentrification effort that's somewhat going on in Tooting. That's so far a good thing, as it's been hard to find a decent pub round here for a long time. This place is a bit more expensive at the bar, but you get pleasant, even friendly bar staff and this also pays for the free nights that happen here regularly, more or less. A net gain for Tooting, along with the Antelope. Manners are not just ones stance on personal interaction, they are how a business treats its customers in general, and they are on the right side of the balance here.
Groovehound - 18 Dec 2011 16:18
I was a bit disappointed to find this pub didn't open until 1pm. Whilst most other local pubs were open and showing live rugby or football on their TVs, this place was empty shortly after opening with all TVs off. Sitting on your own in a large shed means not much atmosphere. The beer range was also a little disappointing with Purity Pure Gold & Mad Goose along with Marstons Pedigree. The best cider options are Stowford Press & Aspalls. Service was fine and the interior is quite impressive. Original tiling is still on the walls and similar to the Antelope just up the road, it has a multitude of different furniture items. There is also a balcony area high up in the shed. By the looks of things, this is probably more of a late night venue and is probably more nightclub than pub. I can't imagine many other pubs charging 1 to hang up your coat! A different experience, but not really my cup of tea.
blue_scrumpy - 16 Oct 2011 17:08
Here early evening Wednesday. Pride and a decent pint of Purity Mad Goose (3.30). Not busy and a friendly welcome from the staff. Big sofas, candles on tables - you get the idea. Certainly worth a look but I walked straight past initially, it's set back in a courtyard.
GuideDogSaint - 20 Sep 2011 19:24

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