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Address: 158, Broad Lane, London, N15 4QJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 17061) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Tottenham Hale (0.3 miles), Seven Sisters (0.5 miles)

Nearest train stations Tottenham Hale (0.3 miles), Seven Sisters (0.5 miles), South Tottenham (0.5 miles)

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Irish Pub, uninteresting range of beer but otherwise fine for a quiet pint.
KarlMarx1818 - 9 Oct 2014 19:23
Decent place, approach looks a little better when coming from Tottenham Hale station. Good Guinness 2.80 and showing Irish and Sky sports. No real ale. I think the yellow and blue may have come from the Roscommon origins, clearly displayed on a pillar to the right of the bar. But it's not yellow/blue outside any more and appears to have lost a window during the riots unfortunately.
oftenscore6 - 21 Aug 2011 20:20
For those who find pubs to be somewhat sterile these days, Mannions Prince Arthur will serve as an welcome change. This is a pub with proper charachter. Irish themed, the drinks are decently priced, and there is a good supply of older music on the jukebox, alongside the Now compilations and Irish albums.

Fridays now play host to a karaoke. A good choice of songs and a sizeable dancefloor. There is also a covered smoking area near to the toilets.

Absolutely nothing pretentious about this pub.
fluteboy - 17 Nov 2010 18:38
Mannion's as this place is better known, is a testament to the once very sizeable Irish community that used to exist in Tottenham but seems to have since disapated.
Situated at almost exactly the arse-end of nowhere, this is a pub that you are highly unlikely to just stumble upon and that's a bit of a shame. This place won't be to all tastes, but I confess to quite liking it.
The decor has seen better days but the ceilings are impressive and the furniture comfortable. When I was in there they were showing live Gaelic Games with commentary and interviews in Gaelic in the big screen at one end of the pub and the clientele does seem to be largely Irish or of Irish stock, but despite not sharing their ethnicity my friends and I were welcomed.
The walls are adorned with an array of seemingly random pictures and nick-nacks ranging from paintings of racehorses to pictures of the Mayo Gaelic Football and Hurling teams, signposts which suggest certain parts of Ireland are much closer than is factually accurate, some 70's nude paintings and the odd piece of Spurs memorabilia to remind you that you are in Tottenham.
The bar staff are more of the efficient but taciturn variety, but never rude. Guiness as you might expect was very good here and not overpriced. Bit of a shame that they only serve Walkers crisps and not the superior Irish brand Taytos.
Nice enough place to stop into but probably not a destination pub, which given it's location probably means that is destined to survive purely on the trade from its regulars.

Mr.Monkfish - 21 Mar 2009 09:20
Mannions is a friendly no nonsense proper Irish pub - no O'Neills or Wishing Well chain pub thankfully! Rose and Martin the couple who run it are lovely as is Maisie the barmaid who has been here for years and lovely Patsty does a mean roast dinner. Great place to watch sports especially GAA Football and Hurling - the only time the bell is rung in this pub is when somebody scores goal or a point. Nice regulars especially Jim in the corner. Have held a few functions here and they have always been great with lovely buffet and good live music. The man himself Denis Mannion is missed from this pub would be great if he came back. Good pub for Spurs match days if you want to avoid the crowds in pubs nearer the ground. Well worth a visit.
Lena11 - 20 Nov 2008 14:07

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